David Bowie and Arcade Fire team up

The legend mucks in with the Canadians in New York

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David Bowie has revealed himself as the Arcade Fire’s biggest fan.

Last week (September 8) Bowie joined the band for a supposedly one-off rendition of the Canadian band's song ‘Wake Up’ during the Fashion Rocks event at New York Radio City Music Hall , and he’s done it again.

Joining the Arcade Fire last night (September 15) at Summerstage show in New York City's Central Park , both acts played together on a version of Bowie’s ‘Queen Bitch’, then did ‘Wake Up’ again.

For the full story and an exclusive interview on Arcade Fire and David Bowie’s collaborations see next week’s NME out on Tuesday 20 in London, and nationwide a day later.

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