The Canadian artist sings and dances to her new track in the low-key video, with her image constantly warping, swirling, stretching and splitting as if reflected through a funhouse mirror or a distant mirage.
“Our desire was to record that state without guile or go-to’s and to pin the songs down with conviction and our straight up human bodies,” Feist said of her new album in a statement.
“I titled the album Pleasure like I was planting a seed or prophesizing some brightness. The experience of pleasure is mild or deep, sometimes temporal, sometimes a sort of low grade lasting, usually a motivator. If the way you look at things is how they look then my motivation is to look with a brighter eye.”