Arcade Fire draw a mature indie rock audience, and it's safe to assume plenty of fans fell asleep on Saturday (Sept. 28) before the band's post-'SNL' NBC concert special, 'Here Comes the Night Time.' Luckily, the Creators Project is streaming the bizarro 30-minute disco-rock spectacle via YouTube (watch it below), meaning early-to-bed types can find out what their night-owl buds have been gabbing about.

Directed by Roman Coppola and filmed at Montreal's Salsateque nightspot -- a neon-lit house of mirrors that looks a bit like a strip club -- the film features three songs from the band's upcoming fourth album, 'Reflektor': the dance floor groover 'Here Comes the Night,' the 'Billie Jean'-esque 'We Exist' and the relatively laid-back 'Normal People.'

As if the new tunes weren't enough, Bono, Ben Stiller, James Franco, Aziz Ansari, Michael Cera and other celebs drop in for cameos, continuing Arcade Fire's inventive 'Reflektor' promotional campaign. The disc drops Oct. 29 on Merge.

Watch Arcade Fire's 'Here Comes the Night'