Arcade Fire Unveil ‘Sprawl II’ Performance to Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of ‘The Suburbs’

Arcade Fire have unveiled a new performance of their track ‘Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)’, in celebration of The Suburbs‘ 10th anniversary. Régine Chassagne and Win Butler played the track during a livestream hosted by Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts, where they also performed ‘The Suburbs’ and ‘Haiti’ off 2004’s Funeral. Watch their performance below.

“The Suburbs is 10 years old now. Can’t wait to all play music together again. Until then, stay safe and well,” they wrote on Instagram.

Back in April, Butler revealed that the band is working on their follow-up to 2017’s Everything Now. “We had been exploring a lot of lyrical and musical themes that feel almost eerily related to what is happening now,” he wrote.

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