In 'Creature Comfort,' Arcade Fire Drowns In The Din Of Modern Life

The second single from Everything Now, out July 28, reflects on unrealistic expectations and societal pressure to conform.

On July 28, Arcade Fire returns with Everything Now, its fifth studio album and first since 2013's Reflektor. Everything Now's title track, released

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