Feist released a second video for a single off “Metals”. Following up “How Come You Never Go There”, Feist’s new video is for the album opener, “The Bad in Each Other”. The video is directed by Martin de Thurah and shot in Mexico. It’s really quite a beautiful video that feels in part like the color style of Alejandro González Iñárritu meets the disjointed but somehow tied together “Magnolia”. I wouldn’t try making sense of it. It’s just a range of expressive scenes, some without segue, like a man burying a dog in the desert, a crying Feist walking down the street, and a pickpocket. Feist said that this video is about being human and to think of it as a poem, where people who view it will all connect to different aspects. — David D. Robbins Jr.