For 10 years, Emily Haines and her arena-ready Canadian band Metric have been chameleons on the indie-music landscape, shifting effortlessly from taut power-pop to testy punk to the dreamy electronic swoon of 2012’s “Synthetica.” Their sixth and most recent album, “Pagans in Vegas,” brings singer-songwriter Haines and company to the Fillmore Miami Beach, with a synthier release that conjures comparisons to Depeche Mode with tracks such as “Lie Lie Lie” and “Cascades.” And Metric will further evolve, Haines told Time in October, with a companion album due out in 2016. Recorded with Imagine Dragons over the summer, the album will feature pre-1970s analog instruments and a 20-piece New Orleans brass band that, Haines assures, should “freak people out.” […] It allowed us to be the total art rockers that we are again.”
When: 8 p.m. Monday
Where: The Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave.
Contact: 305-673-7300 or FillmoreMB.com
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