When did Reflektor by Arcade Fire come out?

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When did Reflektor by Arcade Fire come out?

Reflektor is the fourth studio album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire. It was released as a double album on October 28, 2013 in Canada by Sonovox Records and in the United States by Merge Records.

What kind of music does Reflektor play?

Reflektor is an art rock and dance-rock album. Primary lyricist Win Butler notes that the 1959 film Black Orpheus inspired his lyrics on the album, in particular its themes of isolation and death: “Black Orpheus is one of my favorite films of all time, which is set in Carnival in Brazil.

When did the Reflektor release their first album?

The band released a 15-second music clip on Spotify on September 2, 2013, titled “9pm 9/9” under the album name Reflektor. On September 9, 2013, the band announced a last-minute secret show under the name “The Reflektors” at Montreal’s Salsathèque Club, at 9PM for $9.

Where did Reflektor graffiti appear in the world?

The lyrics include singing in both English and French. Reflektor graffiti in London. In early August, a cryptic logo, which incorporated the word “reflektor”, appeared on the walls of cities around the world. The street art was reported to be part of a guerrilla marketing campaign for the new Arcade Fire album.

What was the name of Arcade Fire’s third album?

Arcade Fire’s third album, 2010’s The Suburbs, was urgent and clear, a record about dreams and escape, gassed with classic-rock punch. It was a Number One hit and rightly won a Grammy for Album of the Year.

Who is married in Reflektor by Arcade Fire?

The way Butler and Chassagne, who are married, sing those lines in “Reflektor” is a sublime moment in the commotion.

How is Reflektor similar to the Rolling Stones?

There is no specific resolution by then. But there is calm, at least for now. It is tempting to call Reflektor Arcade Fire’s answer to the Rolling Stones’ 1972 double LP, Exile on Main Street. The similarities (length, churn, all that reverb) make it easy.

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