Polaris Prize Announced

At a gala awards ceremony in Toronto last night the 2012 Polaris Prize was announced. Ten artists were on the short-list, and like last year’s winner Arcade Fire, the winner was probably the artist with the highest profile (outside of maybe Drake). And just who was that artist? It was none other than Feist for her album Metals.

Here’s a link to the CBC report, and here’s the video for the first single off the album “How Come You Never Go There”:

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3 thoughts on “Polaris Prize Announced”

  1. The single “How Come You Never Go There” drew me into the new Feist album, but I was severely disappointed by the rest of the record.

  2. I agree with Moon Daddy, but I sure hope Feist enjoys he truly Canadian snowmobile grand prize. Vroom VRoom VROOOOMMM…

  3. To be extremely critical, I kind of thought it was Feist’s interpretation of how robots court, mate, and defecate in western Europe.

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