The mural, located on North 10th and Driggs, is currently the only indication of any special Arcade Fire anniversary festivities.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Butler nailed Herring’s raspy register in the track.
Is Arcade Fire’s music actually a work of art? We’ll let you decide.
After wowing the world with his take on Lorde’s “Tennis Court,” Flume turns his attention to a dance jam from everyone’s favorite Canadian super-group.
After Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace took to Twitter last week to object to Arcade Fire’s choice to cast Spider-Man actor Andrew Garfield in the main role for their “We Exist” video instead of a trans actor, singer Win Butler has responded in an interview with the Advocate, alongside the video’s director David Wilson.
According to Grace, their choice of lead actor was less than stellar.
Arcade Fire’s video for their latest Reflektor single, “We Exist,” is dedicated to those still looking to find their true self. Even if the world doesn’t want them to.