Arcade Fire have put out a video for Chemistry, directed by Ray Tintori with animation work by Starburns Industries. They’ve also released a video for an alternative take on the track, “Chemisty – Live Boombox Mix”. Filmed inside their tiny Boombox studio in New Orleans. Like this version better than
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.
Artists Institute in Jacmel, Haiti, has released a music video of Arcade Fire performing a raw live version of Here Comes The Night Time. If my close to non-existing French doesn’t let me down they say it was shot during the 2014 Carnival, so in all likelihood in connection with
Will Butler filmed his Jennifer Morrison starring video for “What I Want” some time ago. Today we can finally see the results. Watch out for the cameo from Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell. Directed by Brantley Gutierrez. Will Butler about the video: «Filming this video felt like a rock and