WATCH: Feist Debuts Warped Video For 'Pleasure'

If there was any confusion about what visual direction Feist would be taking with her forthcoming album Pleasure, that can be put to rest. The Canadian pop singer released a video for the title track Wednesday, and it’s a distorted treat.

Either inspired by Snapchat’s filters or a house of mirrors, the video is a head trip. Feist’s face is distorted and enlarged as she sings, “I make sense of a mysterious thing/ 'Cause I've taken flight on such a serious wing/ I, and you are the same and/ Either fiction or dreaming”.

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Directed by Mary Rozzi, the video clocks in at four-and-a-half minutes.

The “Century” singer announced a world tour, recently adding dates in New York and Los Angeles. It will also include several Canadian dates, and kicks off Apr. 27 in Toronto.

April 27 - Toronto, ON @ Trinity St. Paul
June 4 - Toronto, ON @ Field Trip Music & Arts Festival
June 30 - Saskatoon, SK @ Saskatchewan Jazz Festival
July 2 - Ottawa, ON @ Ottawa Jazz Festival
July 9 - Winnipeg, MB @ Winnipeg Folk Festival

Pleasure is out April 28. Watch the video for “Pleasure” below: