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Feist/Mastodon Release "A Commotion" Interactive Video

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Remember when Feist and Mastodon shocked everyone when they joined forces to release a split 7" for Record Store Day? Today marks the split's digital release, and with it, the pair have released an insanely cool interactive video for "A Commotion" — Feist's original which Mastodon reinterpreted for their half of the RSD release.

Directed by Vice Cooler, the video utilizes an HTML5 video app which allows those watching to toggle back and forth between both versions of the song, creating unique visual experiences to accompany whichever interpretation of the tune you choose to toggle. At its core, the video features Feist covered in things like paint and feathers, maniacally tearing apart a house. Doesn't get much more interesting than this, friends. And just a note on the toggle: slide it to Feist's photo on the left to hear her original version, slide it to the split's artwork on the right to hear Mastodon's, and play around with the middle ground to create your own audio mashup of the two. 

Check out the video above or at Feist and Mastodon's official websites.

 
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