Leslie Feist has made a career out of defying expectations, so it's no surprise that she returns with her first single since 2011's Metals with a song called "Pleasure" that, on first listen, resists the candy-colored, teenage hopes of her most famous hit. Instead, it's all hushed vocals, spiky guitars, and elliptical lyrics. (Compare this to "Halfway Home," the more outwardly anthemic comeback single from her fellow Canadian collaborators in Broken Social Scene.) But put the title track of her upcoming record on repeat and you'll find a nervy, fractured classic rock jam lurking inside. The pleasure is all hers.