Ambassador Boehm welcomes Arcade Fire to the Canadian Embassy in Berlin (l-r: Ambassador Peter M. Boehm, Christof Ellinghaus (City Slang Records), and Arcade Fire band members: Régine Chassagne, Will Butler, Win Butler

Ambassador Boehm welcomes Arcade Fire to the Canadian Embassy in Berlin (l-r: Ambassador Peter M. Boehm, Christof Ellinghaus (City Slang Records), and Arcade Fire band members: Régine Chassagne, Will Butler, Win Butler

The Suburbs is a studio album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire. It won Album of the Year at the 2011 Grammy Awards and Best International Album at the 2011 BRIT Awards.

Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire came to Berlin on February 16th for the premiere of the film Scenes from the Suburbs at the Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale).

The short film Scenes from the Suburbs is based on the Arcade Fire band’s award winning album “The Suburbs”.

Scenes from the Suburbs was directed by Spike Jonze, an American director and producer who is recognized for his work on Where The Wild Things Are and Being John Malkovich.

Arcade Fire’s video for “The Suburbs” album as shown here portrays some teenagers’ problems such as boredom being relieved by bicycle cruising and playing with BB rifles.

Arcade Fire – The Suburbs video is part of a short film titled Scenes From The Suburbs.



It’s a very interesting video celebrating youthful energy and emotions at the  beginning to about the middle of the video.

Please click here for other viewpoints on the video.

What do you think of Arcade Fire’s video – “The Suburbs”? We would love to receive your comments.

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