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Arcade Fire announce third single from Reflektor

Arcade Fire announce third single from Reflektor

by Tarynn Law (Google+), 14 April 2014

The third single from Arcade Fire's chart topping album Reflektor will be 'We Exist'. It will be available on 26 May through Sonovox. The release comes ahead of their two sold out shows in London, but if you weren't able to catch them there, they'll be playing at Glastonbury on the Pyramid Stage on 27 June!

If you missed it, you can watch Arcade Fire cover 'Heart of Glass' with Debbie Harry at Coachella this past weekend here.

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