“Gimme sympathy after all of this is gone. Who would you rather be, The Beatles or The Rolling Stones? Oh seriously, you’re gonna make mistakes, you’re young. Come on baby play me something like Here Comes the Sun.”
Metric + July Talk are both undeniable Canadian indie-rock institutions; each in their own right. Both bands were born from an intense amount of grassroots, dues-paying, small club circuit slogging thanks to which both bands eventually found a fan base that embraced their distinctive sound, original songwriting and tireless work ethic. They each create songs that instantly become both wide reaching radio anthems and incredibly personal creations to their fans.
Metric are four time Juno Award winners, five time Juno Award nominees and have short listed three times for the Polaris Music Prize. With the release of their chart topping new single Dark Saturday, Metric broke the record for the artist with both the most #1 singles and the most weeks spent at #1 at Canadian alternative radio. Get a behind the scenes look at Metric on and off stage with their new Tour Diaries episodic series available to watch on Metric’s official YouTube and Facebook.
July Talk has won two Juno Awards for both of their albums. July Talk’s last national tour was entirely sold out. Their debut album + singles “Guns + Ammunition” and “Push + Pull” are all certified Gold and they were awarded the inaugural Hi-Fidelity Prism Prize Award for using video art to represent their work in a consistently creative and innovative way.
Date: April 21, 2019
(incl. GST) $59.50 (plus service fees).
On-sale Friday, December 14 at noon.
Get your tickets here.
Thursday, December 13 at 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. local (pw: NOWORNEVER)
This is an all ages, general admission show.
Metric will host a fan pre-sale on www.ilovemetric.com starting Tuesday Dec 11. Sign-up for their mailing list or follow Metric’s socials to receive Access Code details. July Talk will hold a simultaneous pre-sale at www.julytalk.com. The tour will also partner with Plus1 for all the Canadian dates, with one dollar from each ticket sold going to Equiterre. Quebec-based Equiterreis help build a social movement by encouraging individuals, organizations and governments to make ecological and equitable choices, in a spirit of solidarity. Find out more at https://equiterre.org and at www.plus1.org