Just when you thought The 405 couldn't be any nicer to you, we're giving you two pieces of Arcade Fire news today. The first piece of news is perhaps the most exciting, what with the Canadian rock-band's fourth album, Reflektor, out on October 28.

The four brand new songs revealed on NBC's concert special ('We Exist', 'Here Comes the Night Time', 'Normal Person', and 'Afterlife) now all have lyrics for you to explore. If you're in the right country you can watch that live show here completely free of charge.

In other Arcade Fire news, it's been announced that they are to play the Neil Young-curated Bridge School Benefit concert - an annual event which assists children with severe physical and communication difficulties with the proceeds.

Tickets are still available if you want to see Arcade Fire take to the stage along with Queens of the Stone Age, My Morning Jacket and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young amongst others.

See Also: Watch the video for 'Reflektor'
See Also: Arcade Fire's Reflektor will be a double album