Arcade Fire have recorded a new 45-minute song entitled Memories of the Age of Anxiety for the sleep and meditation Headspace app.
The song, which can only be heard on the app, is part of a playlist curated by John Legend and is described as "meditative vibes to help you focus and feel inspired".
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2017's Everything Now was the Canadian band’s last album and their most recent release was a cover of Baby Mine, which first featured on the original 1941 Disney animated feature, for the live action remake of Dumbo in 2019.
However, Arcade Fire have been working on their sixth album during lockdown and played new song, Generation A, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last November.
Speaking to the NME last summer, the band's Will Butler said the pandemic had put their new record on hold. "Arcade Fire was recording. Well, we were recording… But now our drummer is in Australia, two of us are in Canada, and the rest are in America." he said.