Arcade Fire wrapped up a three night stint at London’s Wembley Stadium last Friday, 13th April. Similar to their two previous shows, the evening featured some very special guests. Fresh off the release of her comeback track, Florence Welch joined Win Butler and Arcade Fire on stage to perform Florence and the Machine‘s pop anthem, ‘Dog Days Are Over’.
In a tweet after the performance, Welch revealed that ‘Dog Days Are Over’ was actually inspired by Arcade Fire’s ‘Funeral’. Welch explained, ‘I wanted to at least try and make something that could be in any way as beautiful.’ Welch called the live show with Arcade Fire ‘ a dream come true’.
…I don’t know if I succeeded, but to play it with them last night was a dream come true. @arcadefire changed the way I wanted to make music and I will be forever grateful to them x pic.twitter.com/byn1TgzJbP
— florence welch (@flo_tweet) April 14, 2018
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