The entire songs from the Montreal band's fourth album are available for streaming on YouTube just a few days ahead of its official release date on October 29.
Arcade Fire decides to give fans a free listen to their new album in full. The rock band has made their "Reflektor" available for streaming on YouTube just a few days before the highly-anticipated new record is slated to arrive.
The 85-minute record is streamed with a lyric video that features some scenes from 1959 film by French director Marcel Camus, "Black Orpheus". The band previously used the footage of the same film for the lyric video for their "Afterlife", which was released earlier this week.
"Reflektor" is scheduled to hit the stores on October 29 via Merge Records. Arcare Fire has promoted their fourth album by appearing on several TV shows, including "Saturday Night Live" and "The Colbert Report".
Following up chart-topping 2010 album "The Suburbs", the Canadian band's fourth album was recorded over three years in Haiti, Jamaica, New York and Montreal with James Murphy and Markus Dravs serving as producers.