Arcade Fire just released their fifth album and the reviews have been quite mixed.
Arcade Fire's Everything Now is about a once and possibly future great band trapped in its own feedback loop https://t.co/9xqOvPdWrh— Pitchfork (@pitchfork) July 28, 2017
They enjoyed the pun they made about content and being content so much that they made two back to back songs about it (Infinite Content and Infinite_Content). Both songs consist primarily of the lyrics "Infinite content, infinite content, infinitely content" repeated approximately a dozen times.
Despite not being particularly good, the album is better than the obnoxious album campaign of bad satire and fake news may have led people to believe:
Please call your representative and insist they don't block Everything Now. pic.twitter.com/J66bvogOhO— Arcade Fire (@arcadefire) July 21, 2017
Really overstating things here. https://t.co/2QkOFweAXx— Everything Now (@EverythingNowCo) July 24, 2017
Arcade Fire's comical guerrilla marketing campaign falls flat https://t.co/EaM52xuxYC— Montreal Gazette (@mtlgazette) July 26, 2017
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