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Montreal’s Arcade Hearth to carry out at Juno Awards in Could

Montreal’s Arcade Hearth to carry out at Juno Awards in Could

The Montreal rock band Arcade Hearth is ready to carry out on the Juno Awards in Could.

The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences and CBC say the band might be enjoying from its upcoming album, We, which is ready for launch on Could 6.

It is going to be the group’s first time again on the Juno stage since its efficiency on the 2018 awards.

This 12 months may also mark the primary in-person presentation of the awards present since 2019.

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Arcade Hearth frontman Win Butler turns into a Canadian citizen

The occasion is ready to happen at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage on Could 15 and might be broadcast throughout Canada and on-line by CBC.

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Arcade Hearth, co-founded by frontman Win Butler 20 years in the past, has acquired a number of awards for its albums, together with the 2011 Grammy for album of the 12 months.

On the weekend, Butler’s brother and bandmate Will Butler introduced he left Arcade Hearth on the finish of final 12 months, saying each he and the group have modified over time.

However he pressured the opposite members are nonetheless his “family and friends.”


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