Arcade Fire Change Things Up With Lorde Cover

07-16-2017
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Arcade Fire

(Radio.com) Arcade Fire took the opportunity to change things up with their recent appearance on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge to promote their forthcoming studio album "Everything Now".

Now only did the band perform the album's title track with a youth choir, they also gave Lorde's hit single "Green Light" their own unique spin with frontman Win Butler thanking "our Lorde" for "fighting the good fight."

Arcade Fire will release their fifth album Everything Now on July 28. So far, they've dropped 'Signs of Life," 'Creature Comfort," and the title track with corresponding videos. 'Green Light" was the first single from Lorde's latest album, Melodrama. Watch clips from Arcade Fire's performances here.

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