Arcade Fire Share 'Reflektor' Tracklist

Band's new double-LP will feature 15 songs

Win Butler of Arcade Fire performs in Austin, Texas.
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September 24, 2013 10:45 AM ET

Arcade Fire have shared the  tracklist for their upcoming album, Reflektor, tweeting a photo of a chalkboard bearing the names of the double record's 15 songs.

So far, the band has only released one cut, "Reflektor," though there's a good chance Arcade Fire will debut some new material during their performance on Saturday Night Live on September 28th. The episode itself will be then followed by a special 30-minute Arcade Fire concert on NBC, which bodes quite well for those itching to hear more of Reflektor.

Arcade Fire's Win Butler Sheds Light on 'Reflektor'

The tracklist is perhaps the most conventional part of Arcade Fire's Reflektor rollout, which kicked off with a tweeted release date, followed by a worldwide graffiti campaign, which led to the release of the James Murphy-produced title track (which features vocals from David Bowie) and its two accompanying music videos. The band also played a small, secret show in their hometown of Montreal under the name the Reflektors and required all audience members to dress in formalwear or costume.

Reflektor is out on October 29th on Merge; you can check out the full tracklist below.

"Vol. I"
"We Exist"
"Flashbulb Eyes"
"Here Comes The Night Time"
"Normal Person"
"You Already Know"
"Joan of Arc"

"Vol. II"
"Here Comes The Night Time II"
"Awful Sound (Oh, Eurydice)"
"It's Never Over (Oh Orpheus)"

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