No time for the cinema line? Need to see it all over again? Look At What The Light Did Now is coming to DVD! Look for it in stores December 6th in Europe and December 7th in North America.
The cinematic fever dream that took you on a backstage tour of Feist’s
creative process comes into the world trembling under the ponderous
weight of its own special features. In addition to the bonus audio CD,
with it’s 13 tracks and solo piano reinterpretations of Feist songs by
Gonzales, the DVD release contains additional live and uncut footage
from The Reminder Tour, highlights from the Living Lantern secret shows,
a collection of short films, music videos, archival clips and so much
Hungry for a taste? Check out this hidden beach canyon duet with Feist and Little Wings, performing Look At What The Light Did Now.
We are beyond pleased to report that on April 29, a flash mob of 300
dancers infiltrated the public concourse of the Eaton Center, Toronto,
with a mass dance to Feist's "feel it all" remix by Escort. It was
International Dance Day, and the Canadian National Ballet School’s
community members, choreographed by Matjash Mrozewski, took over the
space, danced en masse, and just as quickly disappeared back into the de
facto audience of stunned shoppers.
Any and all of these dancers are invited to do that kind of thing at any
future Feist show..... just sayin'.
Feist's 4 for 4 Grammy losing streak has been broken!
In triumphant news for the Colbert nation, Stephen's DVD "A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!", won the Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album. The musical special featured an eclectic roster of singers, including Feist as a nail-filing angel in a headset taking messages for the big man upstairs.
Other musical performers sharing 1/7th in the victory include Jon Stewart, Toby Keith, Elvis Costello, John Legend, Willie Nelson and, of course, Colbert himself.
Maybe the halo and wings did the trick? Six more wins like this and Feist might just have a statue in her hands.