The Arcade Fire

Arcade Fire: “We might never write a good song again”

With Arcade Fire’s new album, Reflektor, due for release on October 28, this week’s archive feature looks back to December 2005, when Uncut awards Album Of The Year to Arcade Fire’s debut, Funeral. Adored by everyone from David Bowie and David Byrne to Chris Martin and Bono, Funeral is a spectacular word-of-mouth success, and suggests whole new futures for rock music. Stephen Troussé meets the band on the eve of their Riviera Theatre set in Chicago…

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.

Soulwax remix Arcade Fire’s ‘Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)’ – listen

Soulwax have remixed Arcade Fire's 'Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)'. The Belgian dance-rock pioneers have reworked the track, taken from Arcade Fire's third album, 'The Suburbs'. You can listen to the track, which premiered on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show last night (March 19), by scrolling down the page and clicking on the video.

Hear Arcade Fire’s new track ‘Abraham’s Daughter’ from ‘The Hunger Games’ soundtrack

You can hear Arcade Fire's new track 'Abraham's Daughter', which is taken from the soundtrack to the new fantasy film The Hunger Games, by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.
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