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Widely recognized as one of the most compelling vocalists and songwriters in her genre, Leslie Feist is a 14-time Juno Award-winning solo artist and founding member of Broken Social Scene. Following the breakout success of her sophomore album Let It Die, she went on to achieve international acclaim with 2007`s The Reminder: a gold-certified release that landed on best-of-the-year lists from outlets like Pitchfork, NPR, Spin, and Rolling Stone, along with earning four Grammy nominations. The Reminder paved the way for Feist`s appearance on such iconic shows as “Saturday Night Live” and “Sesame Street”, and setup her Polaris-Prize-winning masterpiece, Metals. Metals was one of three of Feist’s albums, including her most recent, Multitudes – to receive “Album of the Year” honours from New York Times – the only artist to accomplish such a feat. “A soul-stirring career highlight”, praised The Guardian, 2023’s Multitudes saw her reclaim performance spaces with boundary-breaking performances in the round and put her once again back at the Grammy and Juno Awards in 2024, winning for Best Adult Alternative Album at the latter.

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  • Pitchfork’s 13 Best Concerts of 2023: Feist, Sweeping Promises and More

    Featuring live shows from SZA, Lana Del Rey, Yaeji, Shygirl, Rauw Alejandro, Feist, and more [Pitchfork] Let’s get this out of the way first: You will not find Taylor Swift or Beyoncé on this list. Yes, many members of the Pitchfork staff attended the Eras Tour and the Renaissance Tour and had incredible, even life-changing, […]

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  • High Road Artists on New York Times Best Albums of 2023 List

    [New York Times] Many of the LPs that made an impact this year, including SZA’s “SOS” and Olivia Rodrigo’s “Guts,” came from looking inward. By Jon Pareles | Jon Caramanica | Lindsay Zoladz The Personal Is Powerful Personal reflections, not grand statements, filled my most memorable albums of 2023. It was a year when many of the best songs […]

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  • Congratulations to GRAMMY-nominated High Road Artists!

    Album of the Year boygenius – The Record Record of the Year  boygenius – Not Strong Enough  Best Alternative Jazz Album  Cory Henry – Live at the Piano  Best R&B Album  Emily King – Special Occasion  Best Alternative Music Album  boygenius – The Record  Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album Rickie Lee Jones – Pieces of […]

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  • Guardian Feist Review – One of the Best Live Shows of the Year

    Roundhouse, London The magnetic Canadian singer performs her perceptive songs of love and loss during a gig that is precisely choreographed but still feels intimate and vividly in the moment [The Guardian] By Shaad D’Souza Leslie Feist has made a career out of being underestimated. The Canadian indie-folk stalwart netted a ubiquitous, broad-based hit in […]

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  • The SPIN Interview: Leslie Feist

    [Spin] Get ready to press play on the soundtrack of your life: Leslie Feist is back with an incomparable new album. In this career-spanning interview, she discusses new music and shares some eternal words of wisdom we all need to hear By Liza Lentini Prompted, Leslie Feist turns and looks up behind her at a large, […]

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  • On Feist’s ‘Multitudes,’ Tranquillity Is Shadowed by Disquiet

    The Canadian songwriter’s most intimate-sounding album is also her most ambitious statement. [New York Times] By Jon Pareles “Fear … fearless … oh fear … fearlessness,” Leslie Feist sings in “Forever Before,” from her new album, “Multitudes.” She overdubs herself into a whispery choir while distortion looms behind her:tranquillity shadowed by disquiet. In “Forever Before,” Feist, […]

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  • Feist Can’t Help But “Borrow Trouble” on New Song

    [Consequence of Sound] Latest preview from her forthcoming album, Multitudes By Eddie FuFollow Feist has shared her rousing new single, “Borrow Trouble.” It arrives ahead of her upcoming sixth studio album, Multitudes, and supporting North American tour (grab tickets here). On the cathartic “Borrow Trouble,” the Canadian musician opens up about her mounting anxieties over a sparse acoustic […]

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  • Feist Announces New Album Multitudes, Shares Songs: Listen

    photo by Sara Melvin & Colby Richardson [Pitchfork] “Hiding Out in the Open,” “In Lightning,” and “Love Who We Are Meant To” lead Feist’s first LP since 2017 By Nina Corcoran Feist has released three new songs: “Hiding Out in the Open,” “In Lightning,” and “Love Who We Are Meant To.” They mark her first new solo tracks in […]

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