To the joy of Thom Yorke and Win Butler, a think tank of four million Redditors get its right.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Win Butler and Co. kick off their latest leg of American tour dates with a lil’ CCR.
Popping the champagne to 25 years of excellent sounds.
Pulp’s Steve Mackey and Antibalas will also join the band on the road.
The annual award for the best Canadian album.
Rule No. 1: Only you can create your own snapshot.
Gordon stars in the film, while Arcade Fire members provide the score.
They’ll share the stage with Arcade Fire, Hamilton Leithauser, and EMA during the extensive trek.
Plus, he shares new remix bundle featuring DJ Rashad, The Cyclist, and more.
This is after they already nabbed the coveted Unicorns reunion.
Performed in London, no less.
Echo & the Bunnymen frontman joins Win Butler’s crew for a very special performance in London.
Tough decision No. 1? Arcade Fire, Skrillex, M.I.A., Metronomy, Kaiser Chiefs, or Jamie xx?
Win Butler and Co. return to UK music program for more music in support of Reflektor.
See performances by Arcade Fire, The National, Kendrick Lamar, St. Vincent, Pixies, Disclosure, and more.
Including the first-ever TV performance of “You Already Know”.
A plucky young reporter puts together the best bill for the money.
“Why does Garfield go to the shittiest bar ever to drink domestic beer and dance with bigot rednecks?”
“For a gay kid in Jamaica to see the actor who played Spider-Man in that role is pretty damn powerful, in my opinion.”
Grace disagrees with Arcade Fire’s use of Spider-Man actor Andrew Garfield.
A solo record that literally is built around the heartbeats and breathing patterns of musicians.
Planning a Eurotrip? Start here.
They all had to start somewhere.
Garfield plays a gay man struggling with his identity.
From summer lovin’ with Jay Z and Beyoncé to the overcast storms of Nick Cave…
Spoiler: Funeral reigns supreme.
Arcade Fire, Metallica, Jack White, The Black Keys, Massive Attack, and so much more.
Win Butler and co. pay tribute to hometown heroes during concert in Atlanta.
“The right to marry anyone you want is a human rights issue.”
Jonny Greenwood shouldn’t be the only one bringing popcorn to the live scene.
Just a day after the song surfaces online, Win Butler and Co. play it live in Columbus, OH.
Recording taken from the band’s Salsathèque shows last September.
The mouse-head wearing EDM superstar made a special appearance.
This time around, Win Butler and Co. actually covered a resident of the city.
A super funny moment from Saturday night’s show in Kansas City.
Watch performances from Arcade Fire, Vampire Weekend, Phish, Alabama Shakes, and more!