Pleasure and pain, expectation and fulfilment: these are just part of an eternal continuum. The Canadian indie-pop singer Leslie Feist has now also discovered this.
“You can desire something and wait for it, but once you have it, the satisfaction plants the seed of a new desire,” the singer said upon the release of Pleasure. The long-awaited follow-up to Metals, her most successful album that was released six years ago, followed a difficult period after which she decided that she would no longer let her perspective depend on her changing moods. The raw, uncompromising Pleasure demands patience, but ultimately it satisfies you by planting a seed…
> Brussels Summer Festival: Feist. 14/08, 22.30, Paleizenplein/place des Palais, Brussels