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    Wed, 07 Mar 2007 17:30:05

    Feist Returns with New Single, Album - <I>The Reminder</I> set to jog fans' memory of her acclaimed debut, <I>Let It Die</I>

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    • Feist - Canadian musician and producer Gonzales in stripped pyjamas plays piano on May 17, 2009, at the Cine Theatre 13 in Paris, during his attempt to enter into the Guiness World Records book for the longest-ever concert: 27 hours. Gonzales is the producer of Feist, Philippe Katerine and Arielle Domsbale or Jane Birkin.

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    After a breakthrough debut album and more than two years of touring, Canadian singer-songwriter Leslie Feist took just a week to record her sophomore album. Titled The Reminder, the new set will be released internationally on April 23rd (Arts & Crafts) and in the U.S. on May 1st (Cherrytree/Interscope).

    "We tried to do as few overdubs as possible," Feist told Billboard of the recording process. "We'd do what we'd call town hall,' which was everybody around one mic singing all at once. I wanted it to sound a bit like a congregation."

    The album's first single, "My Moon My Man," comes out today, in both 10" vinyl and digital versions. Among the tracks slated for the album are "The Water," "1 2 3 4," "Intuition," "Honey Honey," and "Brandy Alexander," a song co-written with Ron Sexsmith.

    Feist has already announced some tour dates in support of the album. So far, her only scheduled U.S. stop is the Bonnaroo Festival in June.

    04-16 London, England - Komedia
    04-17 London, England - Shepherd's Bush Empire
    04-19 Bourges, France - Printemps de Bourges Festival
    04-23 Berlin, Germany - Hebbel Am Ufer
    04-26 Paris, France - Le Grand Rex
    05-15 Victoria, British Columbia - Royal Theatre
    05-16 Vancouver, British Columbia - Orpheum Theatre
    05-18 Edmonton, Alberta - Winspear Centre
    05-19 Calgary, Albert - Jubilee Auditorium
    05-22 Regina, Saskatchewan - Conexus Arts Centre
    05-23 Winnipeg, Manitoba - Burton Cummings Theatre
    05-26 Toronto, Ontario - Massey Hall
    05-31 Ottawa, Ontario - Bronson Centre
    06-01 Montreal, Quebec - Olympia Theatre
    06-02 Quebec City, Quebec - Imperial Theatre
    06-16 Manchester, TN - Bonnaroo

    --The ARTISTdirect Staff
    03.07.07



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