Arcade Fire rock out in semi-darkness for the video for their new single 'Creature Comfort' - which also features the lyrics on screen and has been directed by Tarik Miko. The single was officially released on June 16th 2017 through Columbia Records and they played it for the first time at Primavera Sound in Barcelone this year.
'Creature Comfort' was produced by the band alongside Geoff Barrow of Portishead and Steve Mackey who is the bassist of Pulp, and it is the second single from Arcade Fire's forthcoming fifth studio album 'Everything Now', after the title single itself.
The album also included production from Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk and their frequent collaborator Markus Dravs, and it was recorded in New Orleans, Montreal as well as Paris. It follows 2013's album 'Reflektor', which peaked at number one in the UK, US and Canada.
The Montreal rockers; who are Win Butler, Régine Chassagne, William Butler, Richard Reed Parry, Tim Kingsbury and Jeremy Gara; are having quite the busy year with their Infinite Content tour. They'll be performing all over the world in countries like Belgium, Germany, Denmark, France, Italy, the UK, the US, Canada and Argentina for various shows including Roskilde Festival, Milano Summer Festival, Festival BUE and Paléo Festival.
New album 'Everything Now' is set to be released on July 28th 2017.
Taylor Swift goes from lively pop to a more dreamy vibe with her newly released album 'Folklore', and she has unveiled an appropriate video for her...
Would a permanent hiatus be the best choice for the much-loved boyband?
'These Streets' was released on this day (July 17th) in 2006.
Following the release of her critically-acclaimed fourth album 'What's Your Pleasure?', Jessie Ware drops a dramatic video for her song 'The Kill'.
Just a fraction of the black women who have paved the way for pop artists.
Lizzo has teamed up with Queer Eye's Fab Five for the lyric video release of her song 'Soulmate', which featured on her critically acclaimed album...
When music and the cosmos collide.
The music scene of Austin, Texas becomes tainted by lust and illict desires as two...
Arcade Fire were never going to make your standard fly-on-the-wall documentary. While they appear to...