Arcade Fire and Spike Jonze's 'Scenes From The Suburbs' for London screening

Film to be shown ahead of repackaged CD/DVD release

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Arcade Fire's Spike Jonze-directed short film Scenes From The Suburbs is set for a one-off screening in London next month.

The movie, which was premiered at the South By Southwest festival in Austin in March, will be played out at the Curzon Soho cinema on June 26. Watch the trailer by clicking below. The screening will coincide with the re-packaged version of Arcade Fire's 2010 album 'The Suburbs', which is released the following day.

The new version includes two previously-unreleased songs: 'Culture War' and 'Speaking In Tongues', the latter featuring Talking Heads frontman David Byrne. It will come accompanied with a DVD featuring the 30-minute Scenes From The Suburbs film plus behind the scenes footage.

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Jonze also directed the music video for the title track to 'The Suburbs', which debuted in November last year. Before that the acclaimed filmmaker used the band's song 'Wake Up' as the backing music for the trailer for his 2009 film Where The Wild Things Are.

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