Wednesday December 11, 2019

Album of the week

''We don't just wanna make people feel good,'' Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler declared when his band released their lauded- to-the-heavens debut album Funeral back in 2004.

3rd November, 2013

Arcade Fire Reflektor (Sonovox)

''We don't just wanna make people feel good,'' Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler declared when his band released their lauded- to-the-heavens debut album Funeral back in 2004. ''Being scared or confused can be uplifting too.''

These words were said in the cold light of Butler co-authoring a thrillingly cathartic album about the deaths of several of the band's relatives. After tackling such big issues on their first full-length outing, his...

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