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Patreon Exclusive: Previously Unseen Photos of Feist from 2005

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If you support Under the Radar‘s Patreon page at the minimum contribution of at least $1.00 a month you get access to our Patreon-only feed featuring exclusive content only available to Patreon supporters. Today’s Patreon exclusive is a selection of previously unseen photos of Leslie Feist from a photo-shoot Under the Radar‘s co-publisher Wendy Lynch Redfern did with her in 2005.

The shoot was done in honor of Feist’s second album, Let It Die, which was released in 2004 and was her break-through record. The shoot was done at the famous Troubadour club in the West Hollywood area of Los Angeles, where she was performing that night, for a print magazine article on her in a special “O Canada” issue dedicated to Canadian musicians. One photo was taken up the street from the Troubadour and the other inside the venue in an attempt to get a shot that could be featured on the cover, which was a composite of various Canadian musicians (including members of Broken Social Scene, Tegan and Sara, The New Pornographers, The Dears, Stars, Metric, and others) together in one fold out cover image. It was the one and only time we’ve had a fold out cover. Neither of those two photos have been published or posted to our website before. Two years later we had Feist on the cover solo for her next album, The Reminder.

Feist released her new album, Pleasure, today via Interscope. It includes the album’s title track and “Century,” which features the guest vocals of Pulp frontman (and solo artist) Jarvis Cocker.

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