After dropping the news that a fifth studio LP called Pleasure will be out next month, Feist has shared the album’s lead single and title track via NPR Music’s All Songs Considered. The 11-track record comes six years after the Canadian musician’s 2011 Metals effort.
Opening with the quietest of rumbles, “Pleasure” slowly brings in an isolated bass melody before Feist’s vocals appear. A crunchy guitar and graceful synth flit in and out of the audio frame as the song morphs from sparse and up-close to layered and atmospheric and back. It feels like swaying on the precipice of something huge, and that something will be out on April 28th via Universal Records.
Stream “Pleasure” below.
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