The beginning of a four-part epic that was housed in a ten-song project that established the band as critical darlings and renowned tear-jerkers.
“A dream come true.”
If you missed it this morning (which pretty much everyone did).
Lorde’s “favourite band” just covered her hit single, and she loved it.
Co-produced by Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter!
The new album could be very close now.
We’re not crying, you’re crying!
Arcade Straight Fire.
LP5 “should come out this year”.
*frantically googles airfares to Barcelona*
“Do you guys wanna be on a record?”
Ahead of their Voodoo Fest appearance today.
“Are you ready for Arcade Fire?”
That would make it a four year gap in between albums.
Some crystal ballin’ thoughts on who might (and might not) play Splendour this year.
Two clashing international festivals have dropped some ‘in-your-face-Splendour’ lineups.
This looks like it was SO much fun.
Arcade Fire have gone and made themselves a feature film, and all signs point to it being quite good. Titled The Reflektor Tapes, the movie was directed by Sundance winner Kahlil Joseph – known for his work on FKA twigs’ Video Girl and short films for Kendrick Lamar and Flying Lotus – and produced by
Finally, a story about a gig from the weekend that doesn’t include a trip to a hospital (sorry not sorry Dave and Mikey), with a Future Islands show yesterday receiving an unexpected guest in the form of Arcade Fire’s Win Butler. Butler joined the Baltimore rock outfit for a surprise appearance during their Burlington, Canada