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Arcade Fire have released a trailer for their new film, The Reflektor Tapes.

Pitchfork reports that the film has been directed by Kahlil Joseph, who has previously worked with Flying Lotus and Kendrick Lamar.

According to a post on Arcade Fire tube, “The Reflektor Tapes will be a unique cinematic experience, meeting at the crossroads of documentary, music, art and personal history. Theater listings and tickets available soon at: www.TheReflektorTapes.com”.

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This is not the first time Arcade Fire have been involved with film. They previously released a documentary in 2008. Called Mirror Noir, the film was a behind-the-scenes look at the band as they prepared for their 2007 album Neon Bible and set off on tour.

Directed and partly shot by themselves, the band have also enlisted the help of Vincent Morisset, who previously worked on the interactive video for Neon Bible.

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