Feist is looking forward to performing at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival this weekend. The singer says that she has fond memories of performing at the annual event, noting that she especially remembers the band’s 2007 appearance.
"I remember it as being a really fun, sweaty, chaotic show," Feist told reporters on a conference call, according to Billboard. "My guitar player had just broken his knee the day before in Atlanta playing soccer after the show. We had to get him crutches and cut one of the legs of his pants off, and he had to crutch his way across…to our stage. It took him about two hours.”
The singer also hinted that she has “a few little ideas” for her next album and plans on creating some new material once her tour ends. "Ideally I'd like to make a record relatively quickly…but don't quote me on that," reveals Feist. "We're going to just call it a day…and stop touring in the fall sometime. So that'll leave me at liberty to spend a little time writing again and see what comes up next."
If you can't make it to the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival this weekend you'll be able to check out select performances from the festival on YouTube’s Bonnaroo channel. The webcast will include sets by Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phish, fun., Foster the People, Grouplove, Ben Folds Five, The Shins and Young the Giant, among others.
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