Watch Arcade Fire debut new song, “Chemistry” at intimate London gig

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Arcade Fire debuted a new song, “Chemistry“, during an intimate gig last night [July 4, 2017] at London’s York Hall.

The show was part of the band’s Infinite Content tour in support of their upcoming album Everything Now, from which “Chemistry” is taken.

The band’s 17-song set included “Rebellion (Lies)”, “Neighbourhood #2 (Laika)” and “Wake Up” from their debut, Funeral, alongside material from their subsequent albums.

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Arcade Fire played:
Everything Now
Rebellion (Lies)
Neighborhood #2 (Laika) (Tour Debut)
Here Comes the Night Time
Chemistry (Live Debut)
Signs of Life
No Cars Go
We Used to Wait (Tour Debut)
Neon Bible
Ready to Start
Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)
Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)
Reflektor
Afterlife
Creature Comfort
Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)
Wake Up

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