Filmed in Mexico, the majestic new video for Feist’s forthcoming single ‘The Bad in Each Other’ was directed by Martin De Thurah and, according to the Canadian songstress, is a study of the human condition and how we relate in a sea of people.
Speaking about her new video Feist said:
“When I approached Martin to make a little film for this song, he told me he thought it sounded like a battle cry and that he wondered about finding the little, tiny wars people experience in between the big dramas. I interpreted that to mean, all the quiet internal battles that guide our actions, all the hopes and struggles we suppress or let carry us away. I feel like he’s made a sort of symphony of In Betweens and stretched split seconds into feel-able, graspable echoes.”
Taken from her new record ‘Metals’, ‘The Bad in Each Other’ will be released on 26 March.