By Devin Duckworth | June 5th, 2012
In 2006, completely unbeknownst to me, Feist released Open Season, an album containing 15 alternative remixes and rarities from 2004’s heavily acclaimed Let It Die, including collaborations with Peaches, The Postal Service, Kings of Convenience and many others.
Originally performed by Peaches on her eccentric sophomore album The Teaches of Peaches, this track is one that clearly stands out. Titled “Lovertits,” Feist teams up with Gonzales and reworks the song to fulfillment with sultry vocals, inflections of electronics and softened naughtiness.
Give it a listen and explore the possibilities in Feist’s spicy eroticisms.