There were two videos made for “Mushaboom”. The first was with Anthony Seck and George Vale, shot on the north coast of France, where the Let It Die album cover was shot.
“We piled into a van and went north to fool around on the cliffs, with the wind and a scarf. Polydor allowed me the freedom to screw around with my friends, which was the only way I knew how to work. Which is essentially still the case now.”
The second, Feist's first video in a series directed by Patrick Daughters, was shot in Prague and features a guest appearance by Peaches.
“When I read Patrick’s idea it read like a travel brochure…’Let’s go to Prague and you can fly out of a 4th story window and ride a horse in a parade and dance in an abandoned fun fair at dawn.’ I had met Patrick in Paris and felt simpatico with him, he felt like a kindred spirit working in his genre with a similar approach as how I wanted to work within my own.”