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Arcade Fire are celebrating the 15th anniversary of debut album 'Funeral' with some 'exclusive' 'content'

There'll be behind-the-scenes photos, footage and more.
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Published: 10:59 am, September 12, 2019
Arcade Fire are celebrating the 15th anniversary of debut album 'Funeral' with some 'exclusive' 'content'

Arcade Fire are celebrating the 15th anniversary of debut album 'Funeral'.

To coincide with the date, 14th September, the band will release never-before-seen live footage, archival pictures from the time of the album's release, and other "exclusive content".

The "Order of Service" reads:

Restored Rebellion Video
The band have worked with the original video team to create a restored, HD version plus a motion art track series.

Previously Unseen Videos
Behind-the-scenes footage from the bands personal archive plus rare live performances.

Band Archive Photo Slideshows
Never-before-seen photos from the making of 'Funeral', a complete Anton Corbijn shoot plus tour memorabilia including calendars, journal entries and early fliers and posters, will all be revealed.

Funeral Spotify Canvas
In the run-up to the anniversary, a bespoke canvas video for each album has been revealed by the band, ending where it all began with 'Funeral'.

Keep an eye out for drops over the next few days.

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