Arcade Fire's third album The Suburbs has been out for well over a year, but that hasn't stopped them from releasing a new clip for the fan-favorite tune "Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)." As with previous Arcade Fire video projects, there's an interactive version of the clip in which fans can control the movements on screen by dancing in front of their webcam. If you're not up for that much action, you can check out this regular version, in which singer Régine Chassagne dances through suburban streets while wearing headphones, and the group jumps around in a football field while wearing giant papier-mâché versions of their heads.
Arcade Fire 'Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)'
Control the movement in 'Sprawl II' by dancing in front of your webcam
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