Metric - Help I'm Alive (A Deco Dawson Short Film)

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A Deco Dawson short film, set to "Help I'm Alive" 

"Help I'm Alive" is the lead single from Canadian rock group Metric's fourth studio album Fantasies. The song was released digitally on December 23, 2008. 

On April 21, 2009, Metric released a "short film set in an imaginary landscape" with "Help I'm Alive" as the soundtrack to their official website and YouTube page. The film was directed by Deco Dawson, who also edited the band's live DVD, Live at Metropolis.

The video features clips from various performances taken from the band's December 2008 "Jingle Bell Rock" tour set to random images, which singer Emily Haines compared to "Yo Gabba Gabba on acid".


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