It has been reported that Arcade Fire will release their fourth album during Autumn.
According to Revolt TV the band will release the follow-up to the 2010 album The Suburbs on 9 September.
Although the band has not yet officially commented on the rumour, Revolt TV reports that sources close to the band have revealed details for the album.
Drummer Jeremy Gara has said in the past that the album was likely to be released at during the year, however he did not specify a release date.
The band have been working with James Murphy from LCD Soundsystem who has produced a number of the bands new tracks. Recently Murphy dropped hints that the new album would be ‘great’.
Since forming in 2001 Arcade Fire have gone on to become one of the most popular Indie Rock bands in the world, however it wasn’t until 2004 when they released their critically acclaimed debut album Funeral that they found fame.
The album and the single Cold Wind got the band Grammy nominations but it wasn’t until the release of their third studio album Suburbs, when the the band won their first Grammy for ‘album of the year’.
However since the release the band have remained fairly quiet, resurfacing briefly to contribute two tracks to The Hunger Games.