With exactly a month til Arcade Fire’s fifth studio album (or ‘playlist’ as Win Butler likes to call albums now) the band has revealed the tracklist. It’s been known since day one when it leaked but now it’s official and everything. Just need hard proof about those, what I assume
Arcade Fire have a brand new stage design for their dates around Europe this summer. Moment Factory, which Arcade Fire have worked with in the past on their Reflektor tour and their Coachella 2011 performance (you remember the LED balls right?), are once again behind the main piece on stage.
Arcade Fire at midnight released their second single off Everything Now, “Creature Comfort”. We’ve heard it banging live with its rather unhinged and confronting attitude. The studio version as expected cuts back on that and lets it breathe giving way to a much clearer but still aggressive sound. Love the
Arcade Fire have announced their 5th studio album, Everything Now, will be released on July 28th through Columbia Records / Sony Music Entertainment (Here’s my piece on their label situation). Pre-order now on EverythingNow.com – and sign up for the newsletter there too. There are A LOT of options and
It’s been known a good while for many, but now it’s 100% offficial. Arcade Fire have left Merge Records and Universal Music Group. They’ve signed for Columbia Records / Sony Music Entertainment. A Sony Music spokesman told Music Week: “We can confirm that Arcade Fire’s new album will be released