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Feist Talks "Look at What the Light Did Now" Documentary with Pitchfork.com

Feist's new documentary Look at What the Light Did Now is a humble and impressionistic chronicle of the making of her modern classic, The Reminder. The film highlights the visual and sonic collaborators that amplified her music and vision in the studio and on tour, including music video director Patrick Daughters (who did "1234" and "I Feel It All"), photographer Mary Rozzi (who shot the album cover), and shadow puppet artist Clea Minaker (who designed and executed onstage projections during The Reminder tour). Running with the "amp" analogy, Feist herself warns in the film: "You play through the wrong amps and you end up sounding like Dire Straits." Too true.

Check out the full article over on Pitchfork.com

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