Metric Bring “Youth Without Youth” Jimmy Kimmel 

People are into Metric.  So as I was packing for Orion Festival and  Mr. Sparkly mentioned to me that they performed on Kimmel last night, I felt it was a good opportunity to check out a band I haven’t heard before(I’ve heard OF, just not knowingly HEARD).

Having missed it live I checked out the Jimmy Kimmel Live YouTube page and found a video of them performing “Youth Without Youth” . The first few seconds when the shot was from a distance then the I heard the first line or two I said “Wow, this dude looks like a chick, and he’s got the castrated Silversun Pickups voice going”. Then we got closer, and I realize that it’s not a dude,  it’s just a chick doing a Grace Potter spin off. The song wasn’t the worst I’ve heard, maybe to many machines for me, but the chorus part was dancing in my head for a while.  The video is below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iE7n81xPh9U&feature=player_embedded#!

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