For nearly a decade, Leslie Feist did not stop moving. Her 2004 album Let It Die led right into 2007′s The Reminder, which earned her four Grammy nominations, six Juno wins, the Shortlist Music Prize, and the opportunity to teach Muppets to count on Sesame Street. She made her Saturday Night Live debut and toured the world. She covered an album with Beck, watched Stephen Colbert shimmy in a sequined “1234″ jumpsuit, and made a documentary about recording The Reminder. And then, finally, after the seventh year, Feist rested. But nor for long. Her latest album METALS Â— is a gorgeous collection of overtly poppy tunes, cinematic art-rock, and Feistian ballads.