Arcade Fire reveal lyrics to four 'Reflektor' album tracks

Band post words to 'We Exist', 'Here Comes The Night Time', 'Normal Person' and 'Afterlife' on Facebook

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Arcade Fire have revealed the lyrics to four songs from their new album 'Reflektor' to fans.

The band posted the lyrics to songs 'We Exist', 'Here Comes The Night Time', 'Normal Person' and 'Afterlife' to their Facebook page last night (October 14) ahead of the album's release at the end of the month. All four songs were performed by the band during their NBC concert special Here Comes the Night Time earlier this year. Scroll down to see the lyrics now.

On NME Blogs - Track By Track First Listen Of Arcade Fire's 'Reflektor'

Meanwhile, the band are confirmed to perform at the annual Bridge School Charity show alongside Queens Of The Stone Age, Tom Waits and My Morning Jacket on October 26. Arcade Fire fansite Arcade Fire Tube also reports that the band will play an intimate live date in Miami next week (October 26) at the Little Haiti Cultural Centre. These shows come in addition to the pair of New York shows the band are rumoured to be playing later this week.



Earlier this week Arcade Fire teased new track 'Awful Sound (Oh Eurydice)' in a short video. The 34-second clip shows the band recording in the studio along with footage of Haiti. There is no singing in the clip, just a warm droning sound.

Arcade Fire will release their new album 'Reflektor' on October 29. Read NME's track by track review of the album.



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