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New Music Releases: Arcade Fire

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The Win Butler-led, seven-member Canadian band Arcade Fire is back with their third album to date, The Suburbs, which took three years to make and finds inspiration in Springsteen-esque American rock and ‘80s New Wave beats, along with the hopeless romance that comes with adolescence. “In high school I had a letter-writing romance with a girl,” said Butler recently. “I was trying to remember that time…waiting an entire summer, pretty much half a year, the anxiousness of waiting for letters to arrive. All day every day there’s almost this cloud of feeling hanging over everything.”

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