Arcade Fire reveal eight different covers for their new album 'The Suburbs'

The Canadian group's third LP is released on August 2

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Arcade Fire have revealed the eight different cover designs for their forthcoming new album 'The Suburbs'.

The Canadian group were rumoured to be issuing their upcoming third album with multiple cover designs after a company who distributes albums to retailers listed the information in their sales catalogue.

You can see the eight different designs at Consequence Of Sound.

Earlier this month (July 7), Arcade Fire showcased 'The Suburbs' live at London's Hackney Empire.

Meanwhile, the band have promised to give $1 million Canadian dollars (£640,000) to Haiti charity Kanpe, as long as members of the public donate the same amount.

Arcade Fire are set to appear at Reading and Leeds Festivals in August.

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