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First single from Feist’s new album ‘Metals’ appears online – audio

Hear 'How Come You Never Go There' on NME.COM

The first single from Feist‘s new album ‘Metals’ has appeared online – scroll down and click below to hear ‘How Come You Never Go There’.

The track will be the Canadian singer-songwriter’s first release since 2008, although she has made guest appearances on songs by the likes of Wilco, Grizzly Bear and Doug Paisley over the past few years.

Her new album, the follow-up to 2007’s ‘The Reminder’, was recorded in Big Sur, California and has been co-produced by Chilly Gonzales, Mocky and Valgeir Sigurðsson.

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She is releasing a dozen mini film clips hinting a the content of ‘Metals’, which is being released on October 3. The vignettes can be followed at listentofeist.com.

The occasional member of Broken Social Scene has kept a relatively low profile since her hit ‘1234’ appeared on an advert for Apple.

Earlier this month, Feist announced details of a one-off UK gig at the London Palladium on October 17 – her first show on these shores since 2008. The tour will also visit Europe before hitting North America.

How Come You Never Go There by Feist

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