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Prospect recommends: Metals by Feist

By Kate Mossman  

Following her more upbeat second album "The Reminder," "Metals" is Feist’s darkest record yet

Metals by Feist (Polydor, 3rd October)

Leslie Feist hit the big time in 2007 when her gospel-infused song “1,2,3,4” appeared on an advert for the iPod nano. (It was later adapted for a delightful Sesame Streetappearance in which she taught the characters to count.) The Nova Scotia-born baroque pop singer was smart to let her music be used on lucrative TV and film soundtracks—it helped her float a career that remains wilfully independent.

Metals is…

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