Inside Arcade Fire's triumphant No.1 comeback

Andre Paine

Arcade Fire’s chart-topping fifth album has the potential to be the biggest of their career, says Columbia Records UK President Ferdy Unger-Hamilton.

Everything Now, the Canadian band’s third No. 1 and first record with Columbia, dethroned Lana Del Rey to top Friday’s album chart with sales of 36,306.

The disco-influenced title track, which is co-produced by Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter, moved up the singles chart 68-50 on sales of 8,013 (total sales 46,085).

It is currently on the A-list at ...

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