Arcade Fire have taken issue with a website that said that the band were finished after listening to only one song from its new album.
The Canadian rockers began selling T-shirts featuring the logo of their upcoming album 'Everything Now' emblazoned over the reality TV star's face.
Arcade Fire have given us the second taste of what to expect on 'Everything Now.'
A Twitter account connected with the band claimed to have tweeted out the titles to their next album in anagram form.
The Montreal band leads up to news of the new album, 'Everything Now,' and a North American tour with mysterious tweets and a website redirect.
No release date has been announced for Arcade Fire's fifth full-length.
An all-star salute to soul-gospel legend Mavis Staples is being aired on AXS TV this Sunday.
The lineup for this year's Lollapalooza has been revealed.
Arcade Fire played nine songs at Montreal's KANPE Karnival, a celebration of Hatian culture.
Arcade Fire took on America, religion, television and war on the indie band's big-sounding second album, 'Neon Bible,' released in March 2007.