Last night, Canadian rock band Arcade Fire performed songs from their new album, Everything Now, during a live global broadcast on Apple Music, which was announced last week. Those who missed the Brooklyn-based performance can still check it out today, as Apple has uploaded the exclusive two-hour concert film in full on Apple Music.

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Apple has spotlighted Everything Now Live on the Browse tab of Apple Music, and within the featured card there are highlights from the show, songs featured during the concert from new and old albums, playlists, and Beats 1 shows during which the band has performed and discussed Everything Now.

Apple's description of the exclusive performance follows:

Known for larger-than-life anthems that blend folk intimacy with dance-floor electricity, the shape-shifting Montreal collective is one of the decade's most exciting bands. To celebrate the release of their fifth album, Everything Now, they took the stage at Brooklyn's Grand Prospect Hall. See the film exclusively on Apple Music.

While Everything Now Live is exclusive to Apple Music, the Everything Now album is available on Spotify as well. Previous music-related films exclusive to Apple Music have included performances by Taylor Swift and a behind-the-album look at Harry Styles' first solo album.

Top Rated Comments

adamneer Avatar
59 months ago
Interesting because Arcade Fire were onstage during the Tidal launch
Arcade Fire are one of Tidal's founders.

And Everything Now is total garbage in comparison to all of their other work.
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ericg301 Avatar
59 months ago
just listened to the new album. outside of the title track, i agree it's total garbage. which is tough to say -- they're one of my favorite bands.

i'll watch the concert next and see if any of the new songs are better live. doubt it though.
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jdillings Avatar
59 months ago
Interesting because Arcade Fire were onstage during the Tidal launch
It's because Tidal isn't paying artists the money they are owed for exclusives. Kanye recently split from Tidal because Tidal/Jay-Z owes him $3 million dollars.
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