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    New Metric Video, Metric Remix

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    Metric has teamed up with Deco Dawson to create a video for “Help I’m Alive.” This is not a music video, but a short film. Click HERE or the image below to view the film. Also below is what Metric had to say about the partnership.


    So check it out. Before Christmas we did a tour across Canada in conjunction with a kids’ charity and made a limited edition 7 inch vinyl single of “Help I’m Alive” originally to be sold only at the December shows. The world being what it is, the song got leaked onto the internet from the pressing plant and took on a life of its own. Suddenly, we were getting calls from radio stations all over the world, from Australia to Ireland, saying they were playing the hell out of “Help, I’m Alive”. This totally caught us off guard. We never could have guessed that this song would be a radio contender! It’s success proved our theory that programmers and listeners are more open minded than anyone gives them credit for! Meanwhile, we were all set to release “Gimme Sympathy” as our logical first single but “Help I’m Alive” continued to amaze & confuse us by climbing all the way up to the top of the charts. The song became Metric’s first #1 hit and we thanked the mysterious universe.

    What came next only makes sense in such a scenario. When I was working with Winnipeg cult-filmmaker Guy Maddin on visual projections for my Soft Skeleton tour, I met Maddin’s editor and co-cinematographer Deco Dawson. Guy Maddin is known as the Canadian David Lynch and I love Deco’s editing of “Heart of the World”. Deco has since become one of the country’s foremost experimental film makers and a friend of the band. He edited Metric’s live concert DVD “Live at Metropolis” and we brought him along to oversee the live filming of Fantasies on our December tour. A few weeks ago, as we were scrambling to keep up with the unexpected radio momentum of Help I’m Alive, we got a call from Deco saying he had a surprise for us: He had taken the concert footage of “Help I’m Alive” and turned it into something that looks like Yo Gabba Gabba on acid. Jimmy held a late night test screening of Deco’s creation at Giant Studio to rave reviews and now we have decided to share it with the online world.

    This is not a music video. This is a short film in an imaginary landscape and the soundtrack is
    “Help I’m Alive”.
    Thank you Deco.

    love always,



    Check out this awesome remix of “Help I’m Alive” done by Brazilian duo The Twelves. Put this track on and you’ll be smiling the rest of the day!

    “Help I’m Alive” (The Twelves Remix)


    Metric’s new album, Fanstasies, is in stores now! Make sure you don’t sleep on the record that people from all over the world are raving about!

    “Fantasies’ finest moment is the gorgeous, futuresonic ‘Gimme Sympathy’, which sees a breathy Emily Haines ask, “Would you rather be / The Beatles of The Rolling Stones?”
    Um, can we be Metric instead?’ – NME

    “‘Sick Muse’ and ‘Stadium Love’ are new-wave powerhouses, fit to turn cult love into mass acclaim.” – The Independent

    “a compelling, charismatic album.” – Fact Magazine

    Purchase Fantasies

    Metric Fantasies Album Cover High Resolution


    Don’t miss out on your chance to see Metric live this Spring!

    05.04.09 – La Maroquinerie – Paris, France
    05.05.09 – Luxor – Koln, Germany
    05.06.09 – Melkweg – Amsterdam, Netherlands
    05.08.09 – Les Nuits Botanique – Brussels, Belgium
    05.09.09 – Magnet – Berlin, Germany
    05.11.09 – Manchester Academy 3 – Manchester, UK
    05.12.09 – Oran Mor – Glasgow, Scotland
    05.13.09 – Kasbah – Coventry, UK
    05.15.09 – The Great Escape Festival (venue is Coalition) – Brighton, UK
    05.16.09 – Thekla – Bristol, UK
    05.17.09 – Oxford Academy – Oxford, UK
    05.19.09 – Electric Ballroom – London, UK
    06.04.09 – Showbox – Seattle, WA
    06.05.09 – Wonder Ballroom – Portland, OR
    06.06.09 – BFD – San Francisco, CA
    06.07.09 – Independence Jam – San Diego, CA
    06.08.09 – Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA
    06.11.09 – Ogden Theater – Denver, CO
    06.12.09 – Granada – Lawrence, KS
    06.13.09 – First Ave – Minneapolis, MN
    06.14.09 – Metro – Chicago, IL
    06.15.09 – St. Andrews Hall – Detroit, MI
    06.17.09 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY
    06.18.09 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC
    06.19.09 – Trocadero – Philadelphia, PA
    06.20.09 – Edge Fest – Toronto, Ontario

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