Photo by Alysse Gafkjen



Metric’s remarkable journey has seen them collaborate and record with Lou Reed, perform with the Rolling Stones and even entertain the Queen of England.

In 2009, the band broke with convention, turned away from the industry establishment and self-released their 4th studio album Fantasies, which went on to sell over 500,000 albums and millions of singles worldwide, as Metric exploded on to the international stage.

In the spring of 2016 Metric wrapped the busiest tour schedule in its history with a final cross-Canada leg called the “Lights on the Horizon” tour. The last stop was at Vancouver's Thunderbird arena, with a special appearance from doctor David Suzuki, whose foundation received a $1 donation for every ticket sold on the tour through the Plus 1 program. The performance was the subject of a 24-camera shoot, captured for a concert film entitled Dreams So Real, expected out in early 2017.