Published Jan 16, 2012Following the massive year that Arcade Fire had with the Grammy- and Polaris Music Prize-winning album The Suburbs, the Montreal band are quickly becoming an iconic name in Canadian indie rock. Recently, the group took over the stage to perform a set for long-running PBS program Austin City Limits, which aired the special on Saturday (January 14).
We previously showed you a clip of "We Used to Wait," but now you can watch the concert in its entirety below.
Arcade Fire kicked off the set with "Ready to Start" from the aforementioned The Suburbs and went on to play a career-spanning set with tracks like "Keep the Car Running" from Neon Bible and dug a little further back to Funeral for "Haiti." And that's just the first ten minutes.
Around the 50-minute mark there's an interview with the group, in which they declare themselves "weirdos" and talk about how they spend their downtime -- cooking, gardening and playing basketball, "the opposite of playing at a rock festival."
Watch the entire episode below courtesy of PBS.