Up Next: An Indie Version of ‘Voices That Care’

Feisty Canadian singer-songwriter, um, Feist, played the ol’ Letterman program last night, and she brought a few of her all-star indie friends with her. Joined by members of Mates of State, Broken Social Scene, The National, New Pornographers and Grizzly Bear, the all-white ensemble (clothes, you racist!) surrounded the darkly clad Feist and turned in a pretty sick performance of her 1234.


I don’t mean this as an insult, but can’t you see that song being played through the credits of a super schmaltzy film? Something like a Phenomenon.

(Okay, I asked for it, and I’ll deliver: Voices That Care — How sad is it that I still know every word to this song? I’m guessing “quite sad” is the answer.)

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