Folkstress Leslie Feist recently dropped visuals for her single “Anti-Pioneer”. The singer teamed up with director Martin de Thurah for a black and white midnight run.
On working with Martin de Thurah:
“Martin leaps out as this person with a really strange, beautiful language of moving poetry that isn’t spoon-feeding anything, but allows for a darkness and a buoyancy at the same time. Everything he had done I have a huge appreciation for, so I sought him out to recreate the language of those short films.”
“Anti-Pioneer” comes off of Feist’s recent Metals LP and many fans are happy to see more visuals from a project that was described as “slow-burning folk-pop”.
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