Beck Remixes Feist's "How Come You Never Go There"


"How Come You Never Go There," a highlight from Feist's excellent, new Metals album, has been stripped, chopped and remixed by alternative rock vet Beck. It's all skittering drums and ominously pitch-shifted horns, giving the Starbucks staple a thrilling edge. There are a lot of things to like about Beck's take on the song, but perhaps the best part is that Feist can pull this off, comfortable in the chaos of sped-up-slowed-down horns and intricate build-up-break-down drum patterns. It's a good look for you, Leslie.