Two weeks of songs from the 2000s: Day 5

Canada Representin’!

Nova Scotia songwriter Feist put out her brilliant breakthrough album “Let It Die” in 2004. I moved to Canada in 2004. Obviously, my proximity had a profound effect on her work. The album is too good to pick just one song, so here’s “Mushaboom” and her wonderful take on the Bee Gees’ “Inside and Out.”

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