Is Arcade Fire’s music actually a work of art? We’ll let you decide.
After wowing the world with his take on Lorde’s “Tennis Court,” Flume turns his attention to a dance jam from everyone’s favorite Canadian super-group.
Butler’s explanations didn’t sit well with Grace, initially. In a follow up tweet, Grace reversed her position.
According to Grace, their choice of lead actor was less than stellar.
Arcade Fire’s video for their latest Reflektor single, “We Exist,” is dedicated to those still looking to find their true self. Even if the world doesn’t want them to.
According to frontman Win Butler, “We Exist” is “a gay kid talking to his dad” about being treated equal. The video features a blonde-wigged Andrew Garfield.
“The parallels between where we are now and what was happening back in the late ’60s can’t be ignored,” the DJ/producer said.
Being in St. Louis, Arcade Fire also covered two of the city’s most famous musical icons: Chuck Berry and Nelly.
Butler’s comment of “shout-out to all the bands still playing actual instruments at this festival” during the fest was all it took for Deadmau5 to lash out at the singer and his band.
Anyone who thought they saw Daft Punk during Arcade Fire’s set at Coachella last night, we’re sorry to tell you, you were punk’d.
The third single from the band’s No. 1 record, it follows “Reflektor” and “Afterlife.”
Day 3 was all about rule breaking for Arcade Fire and Beck, while Lana Del Rey took it as an opportunity to debut her new single.
Want to see all the sights and hear all the sounds of Coachella but can’t make it out to Indio, Calif., this weekend or next? The festival has you covered.
Arcade Fire has continued to let the good disco jams roll with their new tour.
When in Philadelphia, do as Boyz II Men do.
Arcade Fire have a little soul in them, as proven by their cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Uptight (Eevrything’s Alright)” at last night’s (March 10) show in Auburn Hills, Missouri.