Arcade Fire

New music

Weaves Get Weird On Their Cover of Arcade Fire's "Neighborhood #3 (Power's Out)"

For Polaris Prize's Cover Sessions, the band turns the Arcade Fire cut into a jittery banger.
Sarah MacDonald
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Arcade Fire Won't Shut Up About Product Placement

Their 12-minute "Money + Love" video maintains the 'corporations, right??' focus of their 'Everything Now' album rollout.
Lauren O'Neill
Sports On Noisey

Quavo Is Your 2018 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game MVP

The rapper put up 19 points and one overzealous block while Justin Bieber and Arcade Fire's Win Butler had quiet nights in Los Angeles.
Alex Robert Ross

An Exclusive, Behind-the-Scenes Look at 'Ayo,' Bomba Estéreo’s Latest Album

The eponymous documentary offers an inside look into the Colombian band’s creative process, during, before, and after their recent record "Ayo".
Sebastián Narváez Núñez

Here’s What University Students Have On Their Dorm Walls

It’s a mix of Shawn Mendes, Pulp Fiction (still!) and some artsy nudity.
Premila D'Sa
New music

Listen to Arcade Fire’s Cover of John Lennon’s “Mind Games”

It was released this morning as part of the band's 'Spotify Singles' mini-EP.
Alex Robert Ross
What Is Even Happening

The Weird Arcade Fire Album Rollout Just Never Stops

The band have now apologized for how 'Everything Now' was promoted but I wouldn't be surprised if this was another wink-nudge ruse.
Tshepo Mokoena
Internet Exploring

Believe It or Not, Actual Sales Gave Arcade Fire a Number One Album

Wait, who's out here buying CDs?
Phil Witmer
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

UN to slap North Korea with new sanctions, Chicago sues US over sanctuary city funding threat, Israel may ban 'Al Jazeera,' and more.
VICE Staff
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Arcade Fire Get Colbert in on the Infinite Content Show

The band performed "Everything Now" and "Creature Comfort" on 'The Late Show.' Like 'Everything Now,' it was all supposed to be about More Than The Music.
Alex Robert Ross
we saw this

Arcade Fire Still Rules, So It's a Bummer That 'Everything Now' Doesn't

Seeing the Montreal band's incredible live show in NYC only throws their current creative rut into sharp relief.
Phil Witmer
stream of the crop

Stream of the Crop: 5 New Albums for Heavy Rotation 7/28

New albums from Amine, Manchester Orchestra, and Vic Mensa top this week's list.
Noisey Staff