Arcade Fire. September 9. New… Something. Mark It Down.

The band keeps album mystery alive with new clue
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Arcade Fire aren’t making it easy when it comes to revealing details about their upcoming album.

The band announced the record’s release date (October 29) on Twitter as an @-reply to a fan. They pulled the same move when it came to announcing their first live dates in three years, which will be happening across Australia and New Zealand during the months of January and early February.

Now they seem to be all about revealing tiny little details via Instagram. Most recently three cryptic photos that reveal the date September 9 and 9 p.m. One could assume it’s the release date of their new single or perhaps they will finally officially confirm the album’s title, which is rumored to be Reflektor. Yes, a video on Instagram is the source for this one too, along with shots of the pentagram-like design that is popping up on streets around the world.

Along with their new album, it was revealed Arcade Fire helped score Spike Jonze’s new filmHer, hitting theaters November 20.

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