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Neon Neon confirm new album details

Neon Neon, the band helmed by Super Furry Animals singer Gruff Rhys and producer Boom Bip, have confirmed details of their second album.

Church where Arcade Fire recorded Neon Bible and The Suburbs listed for sale

The church in which Arcade Fire recorded two of their studio albums has been listed for sale, according to reports. The band recorded their 2007 LP Neon Bible and 2010 record The Suburbs at the building in Farnham, Quebec in Canada but, according to Pitchfork, were forced to leave the church behind after the roof collapsed. With the group now working on their fourth studio album in a new location, they posted an advertisement for the building on their Twitter account.

Emeralds, Dean McPhee, Neon Pulse – London CAMP, October 17, 2010

A fairly inhospitable place to be on a Sunday night: just on the edge of the City, near Old Street roundabout, in the cellar of what used to be an almost permanently empty Chinese restaurant. This is the venue for, I think, only the second London show by Emeralds, a night subtitled “A Brave New World In Sound”.

Neon Neon – that’s Gruff Rhys and Boom Bip – and “Stainless Style”

In spite of my morbid suspicions about any record which features Har Mar Superstar, I find myself quite taken with the first album by Neon Neon. It's called "Stainless Style", and maybe it's acting as a kind of antidote to all the manly Led Zeppelin love I've indulged in these past few days.

The Arcade Fire – Neon Bible

After the funeral - the apocalypse. Second coming of Montreal troupe, designed for stadiums and the end of the world

The Neon Bible

I suspect few records released in 2007 are going to provoke as much argument as this second Arcade Fire album, "Neon Bible". A week before the official release date, you can already feel it coming, as inexorable as the tidal waves and imprecations of doom that fill Win Butler's lyrics.
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