Determined to make each show, each performance seem special, Arcade Fire are set to return to the UK this summer.
Agreeing to take part in London concert series British Summertime, the Canadian group are set to play in Hyde Park on July 3rd. It's the band's first performance in Hyde Park since 2011 - where they were actually supported by none other than Mumford & Sons.
An extensive series of shows, other headline acts confirmed for British Summertime include Black Sabbath and of course a reformed incarnation of The Libertines.
The darlings of Albion will perform on July 5th, with Graham Coxon newly confirmed as a support act.
Tickets are on sale now.
Arcade Fire will play British Summertime in London's Hyde Park on July 3rd.
But wait! Arcade Fire have also delivered a new video. 'We Exist' was partially shot at Coachella and contains just a taste of what those lucky ticket holders will experience this summer...