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Fresh off an enthralling performance at Lollapalooza, Baeble recently pulled up a chair with Metric front-woman Emily Haines. Here, the ferociously talented singer discusses Metric's recent contributions to Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, revealing a flattering connection between the band and comic book artist/writer Bryan Lee O'Malley. Word is Haines and her band mates had a hand in inspiring the comic book series and film adaptation thereof, making their involvement apropos. Emily also touches on the wild ride Fantasies has had them on the last year and half, as well as provided some clues as to what the future might hold in store for the band. - David Pitz

Artist Bio

METRIC is Emily Haines, Jimmy Shaw, Joshua Winstead and Joules Scott Key. An independent rock and roll band empowered by their innovative approach to the music business, METRIC self-released their last album FANTASIES on five continents without the benefit of a label and earned themselves multiple radio hits around the world with songssuch as "Gimme Sympathy," "Gold Guns Girls," and "Help I'm Alive." They went on to sell over a million singles and 500,000 albums worldwide.

FANTASIES earned METRIC "Album of the Year" and "Band of the Year" at the Canadian Juno Awards, and the band finished 2010 with their music featured in two major Hollywood films including Scott Pilgrim vs The World and the Twilight Saga: Eclipse. The Twilight soundtrack was nominated for a Grammy Award and landed METRIC on the Academy Award nomination short list in 2011 for the theme song they co-wrote with composer Howard Shore. They have since partnered up with Howard Shore on another project: The score to David Cronenbergs latest film Cosmopolis, composed by Shore and performed by METRIC, due out this year.

Their fifth full-length studio album SYNTHETICA will be released on June 12, 2012. Sonicallyfuturistic yet organic, this album sounds like the culmination of all the music the band has made in their 10 years together. First single Youth Without Youth examines the fraying social state with a bristling energy and a driving beat. Breathing Underwater and Speed the Collapse both deliver on the classic METRIC chorus of soaring melancholy, while the lyrics for Lost Kitten and Clone call out some bad behavior and the consequences. Hard rocking title track Synthetica offers an epic conclusion to suspenseful album opener Artificial Noctune.

METRIC will be on tour throughout 2012 and have already announced select tour dates in North America, UK, Europe and Australia.

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