October 24, 2013 21:07
Arcade Fire stream new album 'Reflektor' in full - listen
The band have posted their forthcoming double album on YouTube
Click above to listen to the double LP in its entirely ahead of its official release on October 28. The album is streaming on YouTube and lyrics for each song run along with each track.
The band played Miami Mekka last night (October 23) and perform at Miami Little Haiti Cultural Center this evening (October 24). They will then appear at Neil Young's annual Bridge School benefit gig this weekend followed by a show at an as-yet-unnamed outdoor Los Angeles venue on October 29.
The 'Relfektor' tracklisting is as follows:
'Here Comes The Night Time'
'You Already Know'
'Joan Of Arc'
'Here Comes The Night Time II'
'Awful Sound (Oh Erydice)'
'It's Never Over (Oh Orpheous)'
Arcade Fire surprised fans at their first major gig of the year in Brooklyn, New York last Friday night (October 18) by performing on a secret stage. Though a stage was set up in the middle of the warehouse space at 299 Meserole in Bushwick, the band played their hour-long set on a stage at the side of the venue which was revealed at the last minute. At 9.30pm, former LCD Soundsystem man and co-producer of Arcade Fire's forthcoming new album 'Reflektor', James Murphy appeared onstage. Speaking to cheers, he said: "We can only get three members for right now... I'd like to introduce The Reflektors." Three musicians wearing giant papier-mâché heads then arrived onstage and played an aimless riff for a minute or so.
It soon became apparent that the real stage for the evening was at the side of the venue. Fans swarmed to the barrier on the left hand side of the room as a black curtain dropped to reveal a large stage upon which were the members of Arcade Fire. The band burst into their recent single 'Reflektor', the chorus sparking off a massive singalong from the crowd, most of whom were in fancy dress.
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