Arcade Fire To Perform Reflektor Live On NPR

October 23, 2013

Arcade Fire Reflektor

Arcade Fire will round out the very long lead-up to their new album Reflektor with a live "First Listen" session on NPR. On Monday, October 28—the day before the album's released officially—the band will perform songs from the record for live broadcast. The band will be performing live from Capitol Studios in Hollywood. 

The broadcast happens at 10 p.m. Eastern time on public radio stations nationwide, including KCRW Los Angeles, KEXP Seattle, WXPN Philadelphia, WFUV New York, KUTX Austin, The Current Minnesota, and more. It'll also be available to stream here. (via)





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