Play With Your Tunes: Feist and Mastodon Drop Interactive Video for ‘A Commotion’

Interactive music videos aren’t anything new—Chairlift made a pretty great choose-your-own-adventure video for "Met Before" that was released earlier this year. But for as few interactive music videos as there are, there are even fewer that allow you to adjust according to your musical cravings. Feist and Mastodon partnered for the collaborative "Feistodon" EP, in which Mastodon covered "A Commotion" and Feist tried her hand at "Black Tongue," and released the former today with a music video where users can crossfade effortlessly between the two artists.

Listeners looking for a more mild experience can opt for Feist’s more subtle vocals and strings; those looking for something with a bit more crunch can fade to the grumbling vocals and barrage of drums in Mastodon’s version. Or play with the balance to find what works for you, all while watching Leslie Feist have a great time wrecking some instruments. The Feistodon digital 7" is available now.  

Watch the Vice Cooler-directed spot below and play with the HTML5 crossfade app at either artist’s website.

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