Published: Sat, June 03, 2017
Research | By Francis Brooks

Hear Arcade Fire's new song, "Everything Now"

Hear Arcade Fire's new song,

Earlier today, Arcade Fire tweeted, "Stay tuned for Infinite Content".

Arcade Fire just announced their brand new record, 'Everything Now' will be releasing July 28 and they chose to unleash their title track, which happens to be co-produced by Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk.

On Thursday, the Quebec band released its title track off of its new album Everything Now on streaming services. It's produced by Arcade Fire with Thomas Bangalter (Daft Punk), Steve Mackey (Pulp) and Markus Dravs.

There's less than two weeks to go until Arcade Fire make their way to Dublin's Malahide Castle for their first Irish gig in several years.

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On the page, there are links to pre-order digital, vinyl, CD, and cassette versions of Arcade Fire's album. We've pasted tour dates for the band's spectacularly named Infinite Content Tour below.

The long-teased record, their followup to 2013's Reflektor, will mark the band's first on Columbia Records. There will also be a limited exclusive "Night" packaging of both CD and colored vinyl LP formats.

The band, which consists of Win Butler, Will Butler, Regine Chassagne, Jeremy Gara, Tim Kingsbury, and Richard Reed Parry, will be in Edmonton on October 11.

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