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Arcade Fire post video for 'You Already Know' online - watch

Bizarre clip sees the band donning white suits

Arcade Fire have posted the video for 'Reflektor' track 'You Already Know' online.

The clip, which was filmed in its entirety by frontman Win Butler, sees members of the band donning white suits and playing in a room alongside a series of portraits which sing along to the track. You can watch the video above.

By the end of the song, which features a sampled intro of TV presenter Jonathan Ross, Butler makes an appearance in the form of a moving selfie.

Earlier this week, the band covered Feist's 'I Feel It All' whilst playing in her former home town of Calgary, Alberta.

Click below to watch crowd-shot footage of their version of the 2007 song, which is the latest in a long line of cover versions that the band have been working through on their current 'Reflektor' world tour.

Arcade Fire also recently covered the theme to Back To The Future as a tribute to its star Michael J Fox. The band played Huey Lewis & The News' song 'Back In Time', which was written for the 1985 movie, during their show in Edmonton in Alberta, Canada, the city Fox was born in.

The band also played Dead Kennedys' 'California Über Alles' onstage in Santa Barbara, California, as well as Harold Faltermeyer's 'Axel F' – the theme from the movie Beverly Hills Cop – in Los Angeles – and a rendition of Creedence Clearwater Revival's 'Hey Tonight' at the Shoreline Ampitheatre in Mountain View.


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