Arcade Fire to release ‘Scenes from the Suburbs’
Arcade Fire @ UIC Pavilion (more by Josh Darr)
Arcade Fire return with a deluxe CD/DVD version of their GRAMMY Award-winning album; The Suburbs.
Dubbed Scenes from the Suburbs, it includes three previously unreleased tracks packaged with Spike Lee‘s thirty-minute short film, and more!
Merge Records Offered:
The expanded CD version of The Suburbs sees the original album augmented by a longer version of the track “Wasted Hours (A Life That We Can Live),” as well as the previously unreleased “Culture War” and “Speaking In Tongues,” the latter of which features David Byrne on additional vocals.
Highlights of the DVD portion include: The complete half-hour short film Scenes from the Suburbs, directed by Spike Jonze, the companion documentary Behind the Scenes from the Suburbs, and the music video for the track “The Suburbs.”
Did you get that all?
The package is rounded out by an exclusive booklet featuring lyrics and 80 pages of photos taken during the Scenes from the Suburbs film shoot. Pre-order the CD/DVD Scenes from the Suburbs now in the Merge store; Its street-release date has been slated for August 2nd.
Arcade Fire, and The National recently played three nights at Chicago’s UIC Pavilion.
BV Chicago’s Josh Darr was there to shoot their 4/24 performance.