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Full-Length Short Film Inspired By Arcade Fire Now On YouTube

Full-Length Short Film Inspired By Arcade Fire Now On YouTube
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Arcade Fire fans may now enjoy the full short film whose snippets were showcased in the band's critically acclaimed single.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 18 july 2011

In November last year, multiple award-winning indie band Arcade Fire made waves in the music scene with their third studio album, The Suburbs, which won the 2011 Grammy Award for Album of the Year. Its carrier single, The Suburbs, featured a coming-of-age video with scenes taken from the short film “Scenes From The Suburbs” directed by Spike Jonze. The story, however, was incomplete, which left fans and viewers alike clamoring for it to be told in full. Thankfully, the full short film is now available on YouTube and can be viewed in the video below:

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