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Bleachers Announce North American Tour Dates For 2015 [FULL SCHEDULE]

Bleachers, the side project of fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff, has announced a North American tour for 2015. The "Bleachers Come Alive!" tour kicks off on March 4 in Vancouver and finished up on April 9 in Antonoff's hometown of New York City. Opening ...

Will Butler of Arcade Fire Releases Trailer for New Solo Album [WATCH]

Will Butler has a new solo album coming out in March, and we got our first taste of it Monday morning with the release of the official teaser trailer for "Policy." The jack-of-all-trades Arcade Fire member scrawled several messages for fans and ...

Arcade Fire's Will Butler To Release Debut Solo Album 'Policy' In March

Arcade Fire multi-instrumentalist Will Butler has announced the release of his debut solo album Policy. According to a tweet sent out by Arcade Fire Tube, the album is set for release on March 10 through Merge Records, who have also released all four ...

Happy Halloween! Arcade Fire Release Horror Film 'Festi' Co-Starring The National, Andrew Garfield & Fleet Foxes [WATCH]

It is Halloween, the bona fide spookiest day of the year, and Arcade Fire celebrated not by dressing up in elaborate costumes (the band does that anyway) but by releasing its own short horror film. Today (Oct. 31), the "Reflektor" band released the ...

Arcade Fire Talk Origin, Drugs and Love on 'CBS Sunday Morning' [WATCH]

Arcade Fire got the "CBS Sunday Morning" treatment, talking about their origins, drugs and love, this week, which turned the world's most famous indie rock band into an anonymous group for the nation's curious music noobs.

Throat Singer Beats Out Drake, Arcade Fire For Polaris Music Prize

Tanya Tagaq, a Canadian throat singer, won the country's coveted Polaris Prize for her third studio album 'Animisim,' beating out the likes of Arcade Fire, Drake and Mac DeMarco.

All-Star Band Featuring Members Of Arcade Fire, The Strokes, And Bon Iver Cover 'In The Air Tonight' And 'Seven Nation Army' [WATCH]

The results were... disappointing, to say the least. Video evidence shows the group waffling through a version of The White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" during pre-game introductions, and then awkwardly starting up a lackluster cover of Phil Collins' ...

Bon Iver, Strokes, Arcade Fire Members To Play One-Off 'All-Star' Show At Basketball Game

The Butlers will team with Vernon and Fraiture to create a one-off supergroup and provide fans with a once-in-a-lifetime concert experience.

Arcade Fire's 'Funeral': 10 Songs Ranked For Its 10th Anniversary

Today, Sept. 14, marks the 10th anniversary of Arcade Fire's classic debut album Funeral, whose sweeping, epic sound has proven to be a major inspiration on indie rock and even pop music in the last decade. In celebration of the anniversary of this ...

Wiz Khalifa And Arcade Fire Take A Different Approach, Use Groupon And Living Social To Sell Concert Tickets

Wiz Khalifa and Arcade Fire are turning to Groupon and LivingSocial to connect with more fans and sell more products.

8 Artists Jack White Should Produce: Lorde, Foo Fighters, And More

When news broke this week that Jack White was possibly interested in producing the next Libertines album, it made perfect sense, since The Libertines' garage rock sound is just the sort of thing that White is known for. Here are some other artists ...

Arcade Fire Reflektor Tour Recap: 68 Different Songs, Including 36 Covers

The band's Reflektor tour finally wrapped up on Saturday night in Montreal, where they continued their tour-long tradition of playing music made by hometown artists.

Arcade Fire, Bon Iver To Play Basketball For Charity In Montreal

If there's anything that Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler loves more than music, it's basketball (and since he's about nine feet tall, he's pretty good at it, too). Over the last few years, Butler has hosted the annual Pop vs. Jock basketball game in ...

Arcade Fire, David Byrne Cover Suicide In Brooklyn [WATCH]

Arcade Fire's three-night stay in Brooklyn ended with an odd twist on Sunday when David Byrne joined them in full vampire makeup.

Marky Ramone, Arcade Fire Play Ramones Covers In Brooklyn [WATCH]

Arcade Fire is digging deep into some New York music history during their three-night stop at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.

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