In 2002-2003, after she released Monarch, Feist recorded a set of songs now known as the red demos. While they would all go on to be released on later albums, the Red Demos are still interesting in their production. Essentially, they’re stripped down versions of their later selves. Gone are the jazzy, upbeat elements, replaced by a darker, Cat Power-esque tone. Among the most interesting demos is ‘Leisure Suite’; a name is almost all it shares with the version we know from Let It Die. Also, ‘The Eastern Shore’, while not released on Let It Die, will be present on The Reminder, renamed ‘The Water’. It’s fascinating to see such stark, gloomy versions of songs we know so well.