July 20, 2010 23:45

Arcade Fire to stream Madison Square Garden show online - video

Canadian group release short video featuring new song 'Rococo' to promote New York gig

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Arcade Fire have announced that they will stream their show at New York's Madison Square Garden online and you can see a short video promoting the gig, which features new song 'Rococo', by scrolling down.

The show takes place on August 5 and fans will be able to watch the Canadian group preview songs from their upcoming album 'The Suburbs' on YouTube, reports Consequence Of Sound.

Arcade Fire will release 'The Suburbs' with eight different cover designs on August 2.

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

Meanwhile, the group 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.

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