Arcade Fire's 'Here Comes The Nighttime' From 'Reflektor Tapes' Film: Watch

The film about the Montreal ensemble’s fourth and latest album, 2013's "Reflektor," premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
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The Reflektor Tapes, Arcade Fire’s documentary on the Canadian rockers' mesmerizing, chart-topping Reflektor, is about to enjoy its wide cinematic release. Billboard has an early glimpse into the 75-minute film with an exclusive first-look at “Here Comes The Nighttime.“

The feature earned its premiere earlier this month at the Toronto Film Festival. Directed by rising newcomer Kahlil Joseph, Reflektor Tapes is “an audiovisual overload of quick cuts and overlapping sounds covering the Montreal ensemble’s fourth and latest album, 2013's Reflektor,” Billboard’s Karen Bliss reported from the fest.

Reflektor Tapes shuffles through Jamaica, Haiti, Los Angeles, London and the band’s hometown. It opens in theaters on Sept. 23. Head here to see if it's playing in a theater near you and buy tickets.

“It’s almost like a remix record,” frontman Win Butler recently told Billboard, “just in its way of thinking about film, thinking about our music.”

Reflektor, co-produced by former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy, peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in November 2013.

Watch the exclusive first look below.

Additionally, Arcade Fire will digitally release of a deluxe edition of Reflektor on Sept. 25 featuring material not included on the original album: Five unreleased Arcade Fire songs and a remix of “Flashbulb Eyes.” Those tracks will see physical release on The Reflektor Tapes, a cassette-only release of the unreleased tracks, on Oct. 16. Pre-order those here

The Reflektor Tapes track listing is:

1. “Apocrypha"

2. "Women of a Certain Age"

3. "Flashbulb Eyes (Dennis Bovell remix ft. Linton Kwesi Johnson)"

4. "Soft Power"

5. "Get Right"

6. "Crucified Again"

Finally, a 7-inch vinyl single of “Get Right” b/w “Crucified Again” will be released on Merge/Sonovox the same day as the Reflektor deluxe digital release. The two tracks are currently streaming via TIDAL.

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