In 2004 Feist made her debut with 'Let It Die', which featured 'Mushaboom', won the Juno Award for Best Alternative Rock Album and Best New Artist, and garnered major critical acclaim. Her 2007 follow-up 'The Reminder' debuted in the top 20 in the U.S. and was hailed by the Village Voice as a “great batch of simple, precisely arranged love songs—expertly produced, delectably sung,” with '1234' boosting the album’s sales to more than a million units internationally. Also including lead single 'My Moon My Man,' 'The Reminder' won Feist the 2007 Shortlist Music Prize (making her only the second woman to ever win the award).
After a several-year hiatus—during which she co-created Look at 'What the Light Did Now', a documentary about the making of 'The Reminder' and her subsequent tour—Feist returned with 'Metals' in 2011. 'Metals' was her highest charting album, debuting at #9 on Billboard, and was named Album of the Year by the New York Times as well as winning the Polaris Prize and four more Juno Awards.
On 'Pleasure', Feist's latest album, Feist shows a self-possession honed through decades of purposeful wandering in her musical life. Originally from Nova Scotia, the artist born Leslie Feist got her start singing in youth choirs and joined in a Calgary-based punk band called Placebo at age 15. After a stint as the rhythm guitarist for Canadian indie-rock outfit By Divine Right, Feist set out on a musical path that included singing on Peaches’ full-length debut and being a founding member of Broken Social Scene, whose first album was the 2002 Juno Award-winning You Forgot It in People, as well as touring with both acts.
To date, Feist’s music has sold over 3 million units worldwide and amassed more than 500 million streams. She’s also appeared on Saturday Night Live, sold out the Hollywood Bowl, and boasts the second-most-watched video in Sesame Street history.