Arcade Fire, alias 'The Reflektors', to play Blackpool show in November

Blackpool Empress Ballroom gig is set to take place on November 27

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A band named The Reflektors, the pseudonym used by Arcade Fire for a string of recent gigs in the US, are to play in Blackpool next month.

An agent at Ticketmaster confirmed to NME that The Reflektors are set to perform at Blackpool Empress Ballroom on November 27, but details on when the show will go on sale were not yet available. A poster for the gig was spotted by a Twitter user in Liverpool earlier today (October 25).


Arcade Fire release their new album 'Reflektor' on Monday (October 28). The album is currently streaming online in full. Click here to listen to the double LP in its entirely ahead of its official release. The album is streaming on YouTube and lyrics for each song run along with each track.

The 'Relfektor' tracklisting is as follows:

'Reflektor'
'We Exist'
'Flashbulb Eyes'
'Here Comes The Night Time'
'Normal Person'
'You Already Know'
'Joan Of Arc'
'Here Comes The Night Time II'
'Awful Sound (Oh Erydice)'
'It's Never Over (Oh Orpheous)'
'Porno'
'Afterlife'
'Supersymmetry'

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