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Watch Arcade Fire Cover Feist’s ‘I Feel It All’

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Arcade Fire continued their tour trend of covering artists from the towns they’re playing in last night when they put their own spin on Feist‘s ‘I Feel It All’ in Calgary.

That’s not even the craziest part of the show: Stereogum reports the Montreal indie collective kicked off the song in their bobblehead costumes while miming ‘Working for the Weekend’ by Loverboy (also from Calgary). About 2:10 into the video above, they transition into playing ‘I Feel It All’ from Feist’s 2007 album, ‘The Reminder.’ From there, they moved seamlessly into their own track, ‘Here Comes the Night Time.’

It’s only the latest in a pretty impressive streak of covers by Arcade Fire: they played Huey Lewis‘ ‘Back in Time‘ from ‘Back to the Future’ in Edmonton, Nirvana‘s ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit‘ in Seattle and you can watch them cover Dead Kennedys‘ ‘California Uber Alles‘ in Santa Barbara, Calif., below.

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