Arcade Fire Drop Dystopian ‘Hunger Games’ Anthem ‘Horn of Plenty’…

"Anthemic" is a made-up word that almost every music critic has probably used at least once. It’s a phrase that’s especially appropriate to the Arcade Fire, whose records have a particular orchestral grandeur and chest-stirring earnestness that can make them feel like national anthems for the stalwart independent underground: not Montreal, not Williamsburg, but some vague, free-floating confederation of anti-corporate humanists. The latest track to surface from the group might be familiar to the millions of fans who gave The Hunger Games a record-setting opening weekend as a national anthem of a distinctly more ominous nature. (Read More HERE…)
Arcade Fire Drop Dystopian ‘Hunger Games’ Anthem ‘Horn of Plenty’…

"Anthemic" is a made-up word that almost every music critic has probably used at least once. It’s a phrase that’s especially appropriate to the Arcade Fire, whose records have a particular orchestral grandeur and chest-stirring earnestness that can make them feel like national anthems for the stalwart independent underground: not Montreal, not Williamsburg, but some vague, free-floating confederation of anti-corporate humanists. The latest track to surface from the group might be familiar to the millions of fans who gave The Hunger Games a record-setting opening weekend as a national anthem of a distinctly more ominous nature. (Read More HERE…)

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