If you missed Arcade Fire at Lollapalooze festival in Chicago in August 2017, you can now catch up on their entire set with the official video. Their one hour 45 minute performance included a rendition of their 2010 song 'The Suburbs' which they dedicated to David Bowie, and closed with a medley that included a cover of John Lennon's 'Mind Games', Radiohead's 'Karma Police', David Bowie's 'Oh! You Pretty Things' and their own 2005 single 'Wake Up'.
Currently on their Infinite Content tour, the band launched their fifth studio album 'Everything Now' on July 28th 2017 through Columbia Records, topping the charts in the UK, the US and Canada. Featuring singles 'Creature Comfort', 'Signs of Life' and 'Electric Blue', the album was produced by Daft Punk's Thomas Bangalter, Portishead's Geoff Barrow, Markus Dravs, Pulp's Steve Mackey and Eric Heigle of The Lost Bayou Ramblers.
Arcade Fire will contine touring across the US and Canada in September and October, hitting South America in December and the UK next April.
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