Photo by Debi Del Grande
Another night of the U.S. leg of Arcade Fire’s Reflektor tour brings another surprise cover. Already the band has covered The Rolling Stones’ “The Last Time” in Louisville and Prince’s “Controversy” in Minneapolis, and last night, they tackled Stevie Wonder’s “Uptight (Everything’s Alright)” while playing his home state of Michigan. Win Butler once again wore a digital cube, this time reportedly displaying the visage of Detroit’s disgraced former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. Watch fan footage of the performance, which opens with the papier-mâché Reflektors miming over “Superstition”, below.