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After a week of dropping mysterious clues, including an eerily uneventful video stream claiming it's "Live From Death Valley," Arcade Fire announced a new album and tour on Thursday, coinciding with the release of a new video, too.
Now signed to Columbia Records, after leaving longtime label Merge Records, the beloved indie rockers revealed that "Everything Now," the follow-up to 2013's "Reflektor," will be released on July 28. The band also unveiled a massive tour that will roll into the Forum in Inglewood on Oct. 20. Full tour itinerary is here.
Arcade Fire's website offers a pre-order for the new album. In the meantime, the disco-driven title track will have to hold over fans eager to hear new music. Watch and hear "Everything Now" above.
Update, 2:45 p.m.: This story was updated with information about the band announcing a new album and tour dates.