Feist and Mastodon have just released a digital version of their 7” vinyl single “A Commotion” / “Black Tongue” today via Cherrytree/Interscope and Warner Brothers Records.
The “Feistodon” split-single was originally released on Record Store Day this past April, and it features Feist’s cover of Mastodon’s “Black Tongue” with Mastodon then covering Feist’s “A Commotion.”
Now the two have released an interactive music video for “A Commotion,” directed by Vice Cooler. The video, which utilizes HTML5, lets users crossfade between Feist and Mastodon’s versions of “A Commotion,” in the process allowing users to make their own unique versions of the song. The video itself is pretty awesome. It finds Feist looking beautiful as always but wrecking shit heavy metal style and looking generally like a lunatic.
Head over to ListenToFeist.com to experiment with the interactive video.
Feist Summer Tour Dates:
August 4th Montreal, QC @ Osheaga
August 8th Oslo, Norway @ Oya Festival
August 10th Gothenburg, Sweden @ Way Out West Festival
August 12th Helsinki, Finland @ Flow Festival
August 13th Talinn, Estonia @ Kadrioru Castle
August 15th Hamburg, Germany @ Stadtpark
August 16th Hasselt, Belgium @ Pukkelpop
August 17th Biddinghuizen, Holland @ Lowlands Festival
August 19th Brecon Beacons, Wales @ Green Man Festival
August 21st Cologne, Germany @ Tanzbrunnen
August 22nd Stuttgart, Germany @ Freilichtbuhne Killesberg
August 23rd Lausanne, Sweden @ For Noise Festival
August 25th Istanbul Turkey @ Kucukciftlik Park
August 31st Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec @ Festival de Musique Emergente
September 1st Dundas, Ontario @ Harvest Picnic