Arcade Fire killed it at Primavera Sound 2014, and since they're going to be on the Iberian Peninsula anyway for the BBK Live festival in Bilbao, the Canadian band are coming back to Barcelona with their repertoire from 'Reflektor' (2013) and beyond. On 'Reflektor', their latest album, which was co-produced by James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem, the band brilliantly appropriated the musical tradition of Haiti and grafted it with disco.
The return of Arcade Fire to Barcelona features a concert at Razzmatazz, and a DJ set at Apolo's La  with frontman Win Butler (aka DJ Windos 98) at the decks on Saturday, July 2.
At Razz the opening act is another Canadian act, Little Scream (8.30pm), stage name of Laurel Sprengelmeyer, whose second album, 'Cult Following' (2016) features collaborations with members of Arcade Fire, Sufjan Stevens, Sharon Van Etten, TV On The Radio, and The National, among others.
Razzmatazz concert tickets are on sale from June 23 at noon.