Metric Unleash "Black Sheep" Video from 'Scott Pilgrim' Soundtrack

by J.C. Sciaccotta

12 November 2010

 

If you haven’t seen Scott Pilgrim vs. the World by now, you should be slapped into oblivion. Criminally ignored at the box office, this soon-to-be cult classic from Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) was the high-octane highlight of a particularly drab summer.

It also had a kick-ass soundtrack, featuring the likes of Beck, Broken Social Scene, and Metric!

The official video for Metric’s contribution, “Black Sheep”, is now available for all to see. Shot in July 2010 at Comic-Con after a surprise screening of the film, the video is available for streaming below and can also be purchased on iTunes.

 

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