Watch Arcade Fire perform on Later… With Jools Holland

Arcade Fire appeared on Later... with Jools Holland last night (May 27). The band were introduced by Jonathan Ross, who appears on the Reflektor track "You Already Know". He previously joined the band onstage at Coachella earlier this year. The album version of the song features a recording of Ross introducing the group on his chatshow in 2007. During the now-infamous subsequent performance, Win Butler smashed a camera with his guitar and stormed off, allegedly angry that he had to share the green room with all the other guests.

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Arcade Fire appeared on Later… with Jools Holland last night (May 27).

The band were introduced by Jonathan Ross, who appears on the Reflektor track “You Already Know”. He previously joined the band onstage at Coachella earlier this year.

The album version of the song features a recording of Ross introducing the group on his chatshow in 2007. During the now-infamous subsequent performance, Win Butler smashed a camera with his guitar and stormed off, allegedly angry that he had to share the green room with all the other guests.

As well as headlining this year’s Glastonbury Festival, Arcade Fire will bring their Reflektor tour to the UK next week, playing two dates at London’s Earls Court. They will then return to London to play a huge show at Hyde Park on July 3.




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