Feist's 'Honey Honey' music video presents the story of a puppetry where a fisherman is caught by a giant fish while his wife is waiting for him at their house.
Feist has premiered a music video to promote her new song "Honey Honey". Directed by Anthony Seck, the video stars finely-detailed puppets and revolves around the story of an old fisherman's wife who waits for her husband. Unfortunately, in the middle of the ocean, the fisherman is caught in trouble when a monstrous fish appears and he becomes its hapless target.
"It's a hand pulling a string at the exact right moment, or it's personifying a piece of wood. There are no computers, no buttons," Feist commented on the music video. "It's just ingenuity and timing and the humanness of the moment. The joints of wood mixed with the joints of blood and bone."
"Honey Honey" is listed on Feist's third album "The Reminder", which has been released on April 23, 2007 worldwide. The album experienced huge success as it won 2008 Juno Awards for "Pop Album of the Year" and was also nominated for "Pop Album of the Year" at the 50th Grammy Awards.
In related news, Feist will perform at 2008 Nobel Peace Prize Concert along with Julieta Venegas, Diana Ross, Dierks Bentley, Seun Kuti, Marit Larsen, Nick Davies and The Norwegian Radio Orchestra. The 15th annual show will be held on December 11 in Oslo, Norway.
Feist's "Honey Honey" music video: