Arcade Fire last night at Watsco Center in Coral Gables/Miami just before they played Haiti invited the 10-year-old Haitian-American girl Ronyde Christina Ponthieux up on stage where she advocated for the extension of the temporary protected status (TPS) for Haitian immigrants. Win Butler just before he invited her up on
Yep, Arcade Fire swung by the Spotify offices in New York on August 4th this summer. They recorded a session for the Spotify Singles series. First out is Everything Now, together with Brooklyn Youth Chorus. Cute version. The second and final song is a cover of John Lennon’s “Mind Games”,
So, before I get stuck into it I just want to let anyone reading this know I’ve probably listened to the record a fair bit less than you because I didn’t have the chance to do so until only just seven days ago. Just so you know where I’m at
Arcade Fire just released their fourth single, Electric Blue, from the upcoming album Everything Now. It’s unlike anything I’ve ever heard from them, and I love it. A mellow vibe with almost angelic singing from Régine over a bounce-y beat. It must be heard to understand. Feels amazing a band
Arcade Fire released the third single off Everything Now last Friday, June 30th. It’s very hard to describe, it’s a very different sounding song from pretty much anything else they’ve released. I rather like it. Directors of the video below are Lucas Leyva and Jillian Mayer from the Borscht Corporation.