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Art of Doubt has been viewed by many as Metric returning to the slashier rock of such benchmark earlier releases as 2003’s breakout Old World Underground, Where Are You Now? Where its predecessor Pagans In Vegas was a much more synth-heavy, slower and darker project, Art of Doubt is stripped down and direct.Shaw says bringing in producer Justin Meldal-Johnson (Paramore, M83, Tegan and Sara) made the album what it is.It was the first time the guitarist had released the producer’s role to another and it freed him up. Listening to new tracks from Die Happy and Now or Never Now to the title track, Shaw’s guitar is front and centre.“We took the longest break from the road that we ever had and a lot of things happened during that time off, we’ve grown as humans and songwriters a lot,” she said.“The process of rehearsing and writing this next album was a lot more about doing what’s right for the song and we had a rehearsal space at a friend’s where we could only practise to a certain time and it became kind of like a day job.And both acts are hitting the cross-country trip with fresh new material. July Talk’s new album is due “sometime in the fall.”Neither band has been here in awhile and Metric guitarist James Shaw says that a mutual appreciation society developed when the two groups were out on a recent U. jaunt.“We’re super excited to be getting together for the Canadian run because the six weeks we spent on the road recently really got us all really close and we had an amazing time,” said James Shaw.“There’s this little musical family come together now of people who have been in the same circles for some time and we couldn’t be more excited about it.July Talk brings the ‘A’ game every time and we do, too, so that can only be good for fans.”A veteran of the touring circuit, Shaw admits that being out on the road in support of the new album feels different.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.
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.
This has worked nicely in the past producing such gems as Beck and Call (featuring Tanya Tagaq) or the pounding Push and Pull, which wound up on Touch.“I’m still one of those who consumes music in album form and I think that those who go out to see live shows and listen to albums are special,” she said.
“I’m one of those people, and there are enough out there that it’s worth doing.
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