Feist at BAM in 2011 (more by Ryan Barkan)

Feist has a huge international tour on the way, including Australian dates this weekend and into February, followed by a number of European dates during March, some of which will be supported by M. Ward (who has his own upcoming tour). She'll work her way back to North American in April when she plays the sold out Coachellas, and has just announced another show happening on this side of the Atlantic at NYC's Radio City on May 5. It's her only other US date announced at the moment. Tickets go on sale Saturday, 2/4 at 10 AM.

In other news, she recently was interviewed by The Weekly Feed, where she talked about 2011's Metals, jamming with fellow Canadians Sloan, and her upcoming split 7" with Mastodon, which will feature each artist covering the other. She's still not sure which song she's picking but promised via twitter that "if people are expecting a cute twee cover of a metal song they have a big surprise comin." Here's what she said to The Weekly Feed about the project:

Oh my god, what a task. What an insurmountable mountain to try to cover Mastodon. We're working on it right now and I'm trying to figure out what song even. I haven't figured that out even yet. But yeah, I hugely admire them and I kind of come from that world. That's where I cut my teeth when I was 15/16 going to metal shows, and in my first band our guitar player probably would've wanted to be in Mastodon if Mastodon had existed at the time, you know? So it definitely speaks to me. When I saw them play on Jools Holland, that's how I was first introduced to them. We played that television show in England together and it just went right to my bones, and after the show we kind of had this, "oh man we should something!" you know? Which didn't seem like it was gonna happen, but now it seems like it's gonna happen, they announced it on MTV so now it's happening.

You can listen to the entire interview below.

Also below is a stream of Beck's remix of Metals single, "How Come You Never Go There," which you can also purchase at iTunes.

All dates and streams below...

Feist - "How Come You Never Go There" (Beck Remix)

Feist Interview w/ The Weekly Feed

Feist -- 2012 Tour Dates
Sat, Jan 28th Brisbane, AUS Laneway Festival - Brisbane - Alexandria Street, Fortitude Valley
Mon, Jan 30th Auckland, NZ Laneway Festival - Auckland - Silo Park, Beaumont St
Wed, Feb 1st Melbourne, Australia The Palais Theatre
Sat, Feb 4th Melbourne, AUS Laneway Festival - Melbourne - Footscray Community Arts Centre
Sun, Feb 5th Sydney, AUS Laneway Festival - Sydney - SYDNEY COLLEGE OF THE ARTS, BALMAIN ROAD, ROZELLE
Tue, Feb 7th Sydney, Australia The Enmore Theatre
Thu, Feb 9th Adelaide, AUS Headline Show - Thebarton Theatre
Feist + Laneway Bundle Feist Headline Only Sat, Feb 11th Perth, AUS Laneway Festival - Perth - PERTH CULTURAL CENTRE, BEAUFORT ST, PERTH
Wed, Feb 15th Jakarta, Indonesia Fairgrounds - (ex-Bengkel Night Park) - Tue, Mar 6th Oslo, Norway Sentrum Scene
Wed, Mar 7th Stockholm, Sweden Cirkus
Thu, Mar 8th Copenhagen, Denmark Falkoner Theatre
Sat, Mar 10th Vienna, Austria Gasometer
Sun, Mar 11th Zurich, Switzerland Volkshaus
Mon, Mar 12th Munich, Germany Tonhalle
Tue, Mar 13th Cologne, Germany E-Werk
Thu, Mar 15th Frankfurt, Germany Jahrunderthalle
Sun, Mar 18th Lisbon, Portugal Colliseum
Mon, Mar 19th Porto, Portugal Colliseum
Wed, Mar 21st Paris, France Le Zenith *
Thu, Mar 22nd Lyon, France Transbordeur *
Fri, Mar 23rd Lille, France Theatre Sebastopol *
Sun, Mar 25th London, UK Royal Albert Hall *
Mon, Mar 26th Manchester, UK O2 Apollo *
Tue, Mar 27th Glasgow, UK Royal Concert Hall *
Sat, Apr 14th Indio, CA Coachella - Empire Polo Club
Sat, Apr 21st Indio, CA Coachella - Empire Polo Club
Sat, May 5th New York, NY Radio City Music Hall
Wed, Aug 8th Oslo, Norway Oya Festival - Oya Festival
Fri, Aug 10th Goteborg, Sweden Way Out West Festival - Way Out West Festival
* - w/ M. Ward

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