Feist's new album 'Metals' is out the block with something a little softer than the album title implies.

"How Come You Never Go There" may sound grammatically incorrect, but this love song in context connects through its small, slow beat, Feist's typical stacked vocals and a second verse that will just kill you.

What I love about Leslie Feist is that all of her vocal takes sound like they were recorded with her lips just so up against the hood of the mic, like she was somewhere dark and intimate for even the fleshiest of full-band encounters. It sounds sexy because it is. This is one of those sexy songs, despite the evident loneliness.

"Metals" was recorded in Big Sur, Calif. and will be out on Oct. 4. She will go on a somewhat brief tour overseas and in North America in support, dates below.

How Come You Never Go There by Feist

Here is the tracklist for 'Metals':

1 The Bad in Each Other

2 Graveyard
3 Caught a Long Wind

4 How Come You Never Go There

5 A Commotion

6 Bittersweet Melodies

7 Anti-Pioneer
8 The Undiscovered First
9 Cicadas and Gulls

10 Woe Be

11 Comfort Me

12 Get It Wrong Get It Right

Here are Feist's tour dates:

Oct 15 Amsterdam, Holland / Carre Theatre
Oct 17 London, UK / Palladium
Oct 19 Brussels, Belgium / Cirque Royale
Oct 22 Berlin, Germany / Tempodrom
Oct 29 Philadelphia, USA / World Café Live 20th Anniversary
Nov 02 Brooklyn, USA / Howard Gilman Opera House
Nov 04 Chicago, USA / Riviera Theatre
Nov 06 Atlanta, USA / Tabernacle
Nov 08 Dallas, USA / Majestic Theatre
Nov 12 Los Angeles, USA / Wiltern Theatre
Nov 14 San Francisco, USA / Warfield Theatre
Nov 16 Portland, USA/ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Nov 17 Seattle, USA / Moore Theatre
Nov 18 Vancouver, Canada / Performing Arts Centre
Nov 20 Edmonton, Canada / Northern Alberta Jubilee
Nov 21 Calgary, Canada / Jack Singer Concert Hall
Dec 01 Toronto, Canada / Massey Hall
Dec 03 Montreal, Canada / Metropolis
Dec 05 Ottawa, Canada / National Arts Centre
Dec 06 Quebec City, Canada / Grand Theatre Du Quebec

Here is the cover art for 'Metals':

Feist album cover for Metals