Canadian ethereal-synth-pop group Metric releases their first single, "Youth Without Youth" today off their June 12th release SYNTHETICA. This marks the indie pop outfit's first album since 2009's Fantasies.Take a listen to the jangly, driving tune below.
You can also listen to the track on Metric's official website, www.ilovemetric.com.
Also, make sure to keep visiting www.ilovemetric.com for the revealing of more tracks as SYNTHETICA'S release date nears. Metric set up a simple, quirky and interactive site, very much befitting of the charming and understated bunch that is Emily Haines and company. Check it out and enjoy "Youth Without Youth."
We know you’re still recovering from the stress of a trying weekend. The comatose turkey naps, the awkward in-laws, the exhaustion of sifting through Black Friday deals on your MacBook until you find the perfect 32-inch TV. Welcome back to the real world. Here are five sweet tracks to cure your holiday edition case of the Mondays.
Drake – “Take Care”
You might be trying to escape the media storm surrounding Kim Kardashian’s latest venture in the music world, but it seems that there are a lot of people out there with very strong opinions on the matter.
Her new single Jam (Turn It Up,) which also features The Dream, hit the radio earlier in the week to mixed reviews, but it was the Youtube posting yesterday that has really felt the public’s wrath. So much so, that they have disabled the ratings button so that users can no longer vote, which is pretty much unheard of.