Feist Reveals 'Metals' Album Cover, Tracklisting and Canadian Tour Dates

Feist Reveals 'Metals' Album Cover, Tracklisting and Canadian Tour Dates
After recently announcing her upcoming album, Metals, Canadian indie pop starlet Feist dropped a "paint by numbers" image of her album cover. If you weren't feeling particularly crafty back then, you can now check out the official artwork, which is above.

Along with that reveal, Feist has dropped the record's tracklisting, unveiling song titles for the 12-track album, including intriguing names like "The Bad In Each Other," "Bittersweet Melodies," "Anti Pioneer" and "Undiscovered First," among others. The full tracklisting is available below.

Feist will also bring Metals on a world tour this fall, kicking off in Europe this October and following that up with multiple North American stops, including Canadian shows in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec City. All tour dates are available below.

 And finally, below those dates is the third in a series of 12 video vignettes, offering a glimpse into what the press release calls an "intimate, transcendent record."

Feist's Metals will be available on October 4 via Arts & Crafts in Canada and Cherrytree/Interscope in the United States.


1. "The Bad In Each Other"

2. "Graveyard"

3. "Caught A Long Wind"

4. "How Come You Never Go There"

5. "A Commotion"

6. "Bittersweet Melodies"

7. "Anti Pioneer"

8. "Undiscovered First"

9. "Cicadas And Gulls"

10. "Woe Be"

11. "Comfort Me"

12. "Get It Wrong, Get It Right"

Tour dates:

10/15 Amsterdam, Holland - Carre Theatre
10/17 London, UK - Palladium

10/19 Brussels, Belgium - Cirque Royale

10/22 Berlin, Germany - Tempodrom
10/29 Philadelphia, Pa - World Café Live 20th Anniversary
11/2 Brooklyn, NY - Howard Gilman Opera House
11/4 Chicago, IL - Riviera Theatre
11/6 Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle
11/8 Dallas, TX - Majestic Theatre
11/12 Los Angeles, CA - Wiltern Theatre
11/14 San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theatre
11/16 Portland, OR - Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
11/17 Seattle, WA - Moore Theatre
11/18 Vancouver, BC - Performing Arts Centre
11/20 Edmonton, AB - Northern Alberta Jubilee
11/21 Calgary, AB - Jack Singer Concert Hall
12/1 Toronto, ON - Massey Hall
12/3 Montreal, QC - Metropolis
12/5 Ottawa, ON - National Arts Centre
12/6 Quebec City, QC - Grand Theatre Du Quebec