Thursday 21 March 2013, 12:21 | By

Arcade Fire camped at DFA studios

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Arcade Fire

So, James Murphy may have said last year that he wasn’t “necessarily” party to the making of Arcade Fire’s new LP, and I’m not saying he is.

What I am saying is that the band have, now that they’ve sold off the Quebec-based church in which ‘Neon Bible’ and 2011’s ‘The Suburbs’ were taped, moved into his NYC-based DFA Records studio.

“Arcade Fire STILL with us at DFA”, ran a tweet via the official DFA studio Twitter, adding a non-informative: “This is going to be one great sounding album!”

So far, so… encouraging.

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