Feist announces new album details

The Canadian songstress also tours Europe

Feist announces new album details
Feist has announced the details of her forthcoming album.

The Canadian songstress and frequent Broken Social Scene contributor will release 'The Reminder' on April 23 in the UK, and on May 1 in the US.

Feist, who opened for the Ramones with her high school punk band and was Peaches' roommate, enlisted the help of British electro-funk artist Jamie Lidell for her follow-up to 2004's 'Let It Die'.

She has announced a string of UK and European tour dates in support of the new album.

The tour dates are:

London Shepherd's Bush Empire (April 17)
Bourges Printemps de Bourges Festival (19)
Berlin Hebbel Am Ufer (23)
Paris Le Grand Rex (26)


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