A little while back we informed you about Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, an upcoming major motion picture which stars Michael Cera and an indie soundtrack featuring the likes of Beck, Broken Social Scene, and Metric.
If you’re unfamiliar, the plot centers around Scott Pilgrim, the title character played by Michael Cera, who is a member of a band called Sex Bob-Omb. It’s a pretty confusing story (you might want to read Wikipedia), but basically Pilgrim meats the girl of his dreams. However, in order to be with her, he must defeat “seven evil ex boyfriends, who are coming to kill him.” Did we mention everyone has their own band?
Anyhow, in this particular film, the Sex Bob-Omb are matched up against rival band Crash and the Boys. Beck and BSS provided the music for the former, while Metric handled the latter. Per /Film, Metric has made “Black Sheep”, its first Scott Pilgrim track, available via its Facebook Fan Page. All you have to do to listen is become a fan and the streaming player is activated.
According to IMDB, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World is due to hit theaters this August. So expect to hear more soundtrack sounds soon. While you wait, check out a series of video blogs taken during the film’s filming here. Below you can find video #1, which features Michael Cera fighting. Who knew that was possible.