Arcade Fire held a post show jam and handed out water to thirsty fans — watch

The indie rockers spilled their performance into an Edinburgh venue lobby

Photo by Philip Cosores

    Photo by Philip Cosores

    With a new album called Everything Now on the way, Arcade Fire have been on a roll lately. Last week, they performed the lead single “Everything Now” for the first time, debuted “Creature Comfort” at Primavera Sound, and followed that up by unveiling “Signs of Life” just days later. On Thursday night, the band took some time to have a little fun as their concert in Edinburgh, Scotland spilled out into the Corn Exchange’s lobby.

    To surprise fans who were still buzzing after the night’s show, the indie rockers marched out into the foyer for an impromptu jam. If that weren’t enough, they even handed out cups of water to thirsty fans. As one Redditor enthusiastically pointed out, the band is “livin what they’re preachin! Connect, experience, savor those moments with your community and friends, and make damn good music.”

    Watch the fan-shot footage below.

    Arcade Fire is currently trekking across the UK and Europe ahead of their lengthy “Infinite Content Tour”, where they’ll be joined on the road by a star-studded roster of opening acts, including Broken Social SceneWolf ParadeAngel OlsenPhantogram, and more. Check out the full schedule here.


    Everything Now, co-produced by Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter, is out July 28th through Columbia Records.

    Wake Up (Acoustic)
    Everything Now
    Signs of Life
    Here Comes the Night Time
    Rebellion (Lies)
    No Cars Go
    Neon Bible
    Suburban War
    Month of May (Tour debut)
    Ready to Start
    We Exist
    Creature Comfort
    Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)
    Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains) [‘Damian Taylor Remix’ intro]

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