Arcade Fire dedicates surprise Coachella performance song to Ukrainian youth

Jhe Canadian psychedelic indie rock band Arcade Fire surprised concertgoers and concertgoers with an impromptu performance at this year’s edition of the Coachella music festival in Indio, California.

The name of the group was added to the program at the last minute to play for an hour

Arcade Fire openly expressed its position in the face of the Russian invasion of Ukrainethey even hosted concerts to benefit the blue and yellow country, raising more than $100,000 to help the country during the atrocities that are being committed against its citizens, they have taken every opportunity to share their concern about the acts of violence, and yesterday was no exception.

I want to dedicate this to everyone in Ukraine. Everyone in a punk rock band in Ukraine right now. I’m thinking of everyone dealing with the war right now

Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler

They dedicated the song “The suburbs” to young people and Ukrainians generally stating “It’s a time of incredible change, but you can’t let change break you. It’s okay to change, you’ll be fine”

He continued, “I want to dedicate this to everyone in Ukraine. Everyone in a punk rock band in Ukraine right now. I’m thinking of everyone facing war right now.”

They stop the show to help a member of the crowd

During the set, they opened the show with their new song “Lightning” to end prematurely because of a spectator who needed medical attention, the man was in distress and the group decided to stop until he was helped, this to avoid a situation like this. is produced at Travis Scott’s performance in the Astromonde show where 10 people died during the concert and the concert was not interrupted for some time.

After that, the people in the crown acknowledged the attention by thanking the leader and applauding.

The person in need of medical attention was pulled out of the crowd and carried on a stretcher, so far his condition is unknown.

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