The Arcade Fire are making the most of their time in Los Angeles leading up their appearance at the Grammy Awards on Sunday. This morning the octet piled into a small studio at the rock station KROQ to play acoustic versions of two songs from their third album The Suburbs, which is up for Album of the Year. Even though they went unplugged for this performance, the band still brings their usual high level of energy and passion to two of the most rocking songs from the record.
Arcade Fire Cram Into Tiny Studio For Acoustic KROQ Radio Session
Band perform 'Month of May' and 'Ready to Start'
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