Watch Feist's new heartbroken video 'The Bad In Each Other'
The 35-year-old Canadian singer/songwriter, Feist has debuted the music video in support of her latest single "The Bad In Each Other" which a heartbroken clip directed by Martin De Thurah. The clip narrates a day-in-the-life with some celebration moments which turns sour, but tops in pain when someone is seen burying family's dead dog.
"This video captures glimpses of something human, we get a peek inside something real between people - could be loss, longing and love. A lot of things which is about being a human being.... It is told in a way where it opens up more aspects than it concludes. Maybe something we can't grasp, but it points at it or touches it and leaves us with different kinds of emotions. You could think about the video like a song or a poem, and different people will connect to different things- and those connections might be different from time to time when they watch it," Leslie Feist shared about the video on her official website.
"The Bad In Each Other" is included on Feist's latest album titled Metals along with her first single "How Come You Never Go There".
Music video: Feist "The Bad In Each Other"