The new video for Feist's "Graveyard" is fittingly stark, strikingly simple and more than a tad eerie: Shot in black and white, Feist and friends perform the track from her latest effort, Metals, in a forest clearing, as other band members appear out of nowhere when their parts come in. After the soaring climax – complete with a murder of CGI crows that streak across the screen – each member pops out of existence as the song fades, leaving Feist all alone.
Feist Gets Eerie in 'Graveyard'
Band members pop in and out of existence in haunting new clip
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