The 30-minute special that aired following their late-night performance also premiered more songs from the record, including, “Here Comes the Night Time,” “We Exist,” and “Normal Person.”
We don’t know what it will be, but 30 minutes of Arcade Fire on TV is enticing enough for any Arcade Fire fan.
The album’s rhythmic focus was inspired by the drummers of Haiti, where Butler’s wife and fellow bandmate, Regine Chassagne is from.
Like their previous videos for “Neon Bible” and “We Used To Wait” (named The Wilderness Downtown), it requires some audience participation.
Is the new Arcade Fire album coming further into focus? Only barely. The band has just released a new trailer for their upcoming fourth LP Reflektor, of which we know very little.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O has released a new solo track, “The Moon Song,” inspired by and written for the upcoming Spike Jonze movie, ‘Her.’
We all know the original’s the best, but who else gets it right: The Lumineers, Arcade Fire, Kyp Malone, Kishi Bashi or Miles Fisher?