The internet has been abuzz with Arcade Fire news as of late. The band recently announced their new album Everything Now. During a stop on their Infinite Content tour in Scunthorpe, England, they performed another brand new track “Signs of Life,” which you can check out in the footage below.

At the same show, Arcade Fire also played “Black Mirror” from their album Neon Bible for the first time since 2008. At Barcelona’s Primavera Sound this past weekend, they debuted the album’s title track as well as “Creature Comfort.” “Everything Now” was pressed to limited edition vinyl available at the festival and record stores worldwide.

On an official Twitter account called @EverythingNowCo, anagrams of track titles on the upcoming album have been recently tweeted, matching a rumored tracklist a Reddit user posted last week. The band’s fifth studio album Everything Now will be released July 28 via Columbia.

Revisit Arcade Fire’s latest music video “Everything Now” below.

In other music news, check out what went down at 2 Chainz' 'Pretty Girls Like Trap' pop-up in NYC right here.

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