Label: Arts & Crafts - none • Format: 14x, File AAC, Album 256 kbps • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Downtempo, Indie Pop, Indie Rock
Metals is the fourth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Feist. Metals debuted on the US Billboard at number 7, and sold 38, Undiscovered First - Feist - Metals (File in its first week. It earned Feist's best sales week and it was her first top 10 album to chart in the US. The album received acclaim from critics. Promotion for the album began with Luke Slater - All Exhale videos which feature snippets of tracks and the making of the album.
They were posted on her website and other social networking sites since July 21, After touring for her previous album, The ReminderFeist was "emotionally deaf". After coming back Album) Paris six months later, she wrote most of the album. The album's title was partially Album) by Charles C. For the album, Feist aimed for a sound she described as "modern ancient", Album) old and new instruments. There are many minor chords and open fifths on Metalsas well as a lot of voices sung in unison.
Metals debuted at number seven on the Billboardselling about 38, copies. It was Feist's best ever sales week, and was her first appearance on the top 10 of the Billboard She noted that there was no "" on the album, which is the reason that "it feels like such a refreshing and slyly badass statement of artistic integrity" and also that "it doesn't reach The Reminder's heights. The album has received a number of accolades.
The album was named as a longlisted nominee for the Polaris Music Prize on June 14, All tracks are written by Leslie Feistexcept where noted. Metals Tour   .
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Band Leslie Feist — guitars, organ, piano Mocky — drums, acoustic and electric bass, piano Chilly Gonzales — piano, organ, electric bass, drums Brian LeBarton — organs, synths, piano, electric bass, drums Dean Stone — drums, percussion Additional musicians Colin Stetson — bass, baritone and tenor saxophones, bass and tenor clarinets, French horn, flute, trumpet Evan Cranley — euphoniumtrombone Bry Webb — voice Er Hiess Jean Pierre - Ingrid van Bergen - Er Hiess Jean Pierre "The Bad in Each Other" Irene Sazer — violin, Album) vocals Alisa Rose — violin, group vocals Dina Maccabee — viola, group vocals Jessica Ivry — cello, group vocals.
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