Published Sep 08, 2017At this point, we've heard several tracks off Beck's upcoming Colors album. However, one we haven't yet got apparently features none other than beloved Canadian songwriter Feist.
The New York Times posted its fall preview today (September 8), and among the news nuggets is word that Feist will appear alongside Beck on the Colors song "I'm So Free."
This won't mark the first time Beck and Feist have collaborated, as Beck previously remixed her "How Come You Never Go There" a few years back.
So far, we've got Colors songs such as "Wow," "Dreams," "Up All Night," "Dear Life" and "No Distraction." The album is of course being produced by Greg Kurstin.
Colors arrives on October 13 via Capitol, and with the way things are going, we're guessing we'll get to hear this Feist collaboration before then. Pre-order it on standard vinyl and limited edition deluxe vinyl via Umusic — while you're at it, pick up Feist's latest album, Pleasure, on vinyl via Umusic here.