Feist Confirms Involvement on the New Broken Social Scene Record
Published Aug 22, 2016Broken Social Scene have begun work on their first album since 2010's Forgiveness Rock Record, and while details about the upcoming release are still pretty vague, one of the ensemble's most beloved recurring members has confirmed her involvement with the latest effort.
Feist took to Instagram yesterday (August 21) to announce that she will be heading into the studio with the rest of Broken Social Scene today to add her "Lover's Spit" to the upcoming album.
Kevin Drew, Brendan Canning, Charles Spearin, Amy Milan and AroarA's Andrew Whiteman and Ariel Engle were all tagged in the post, indicating some of the other familiar faces that should also appear the record.
As we await more concrete details about the group's next LP, check out Feist's Instagram post below.
Broken Social Scene are scheduled to perform at Hayden's upcoming Dream Serenade on October 22 at Massey Hall in Toronto.