This eminent multi-member Canadian rock band manage to grow a larger and more passionate audience with every album they release. The world went crazy for their 2013 sonic offering Reflektor, which proved to be one of the greatest selling records of the year after hitting number one across the world including the UK and USA.
With 2014 bringing headline slots at Glastonbury and Coachella, this brilliant band are more in demand than ever. Witness the band of a generation - buy Arcade Fire tickets now at StubHub and see this avant-garde ensemble shine bright in the flesh.
Arcade Fire Biography - Indie-Rock Revolutionaries
One of the most eclectic bands of the modern era, this Canadian group have been on the scene for almost a decade but are have recently achieved colossal commercial success. They formed in Montreal in 2003, directed by iconic frontman Win Butler and the multi-member outfit went on to create a compelling and comprehensive musical style, encompassing different instruments and richly textured vocal power. They released their intricate debut album Funeral in 2004, which catalysed their journey to widespread fame and acclaim. They recorded their sophomore album Neon Bible in an abandoned church in 2007 and the record propelled them to international fame. Their magnum opus The Suburbs confirmed their status as one of the most popular indie bands in the world in 2010, helping them gather a collection of gongs including a Grammy Award for Best Album as well as rave reviews from music publications like NME and Uncut.
This enigmatic outfit created endless intrigue around their latest release, performing secret guerrilla gigs under the pseudonym 'The Reflektors'. Reflektor features a collaboration with legendary artist David Bowie and the band are now set to embark on a huge tour of the UK to support the platinum selling album. Buy Arcade Fire tickets at StubHub and witness one of their iconic live performances.
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