Photo of Arcade Fire's Win Butler & Régine Chassagne by Theo Wargo

With a new album looming, Arcade Fire on Saturday night treated a small group of fans in New Orleans to some new material.

The band is scheduled to close out the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience tonight. And according to The Times-Picayune, they arrived in town early and performed unannounced at the Secondline Stages film production facility, with fewer than 200 in attendance for the private show.

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The performance comes as Arcade Fire's Will Butler said back in June he could see the band's next full-length could be out by the spring, although he cautioned they weren't following a "definite schedule."

Cell phones were not allowed at Saturday's show, but for those unable to attend that intimate performance, perhaps their Sunday night set will also include a preview of the forthcoming record.

   
           
   

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