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Arcade Fire & Spike Jonze Mix Childhood & Violence in “Suburbs” New Video

Arcade Fire have reunited with visionary director Spike Jonze for production of their new music video ‘The Suburbs.’ The clip accompanies the band’s forthcoming single, which is scheduled for release on Dec. 20.

Arcade Fire famously let Jonze use a new version of their hit song ‘Wake Up’ for the trailer of the 2009 movie ‘Where the Wild Things Are,’ and his treatment of ‘The Suburbs’ has maintained a similarly theatrical motif. The video was conceived as a “short film,” as Jonze described it to MTV in Apri.

True to the vision, the video opens with a group of kids innocuously riding bikes and playing with BB guns in a cookie-cutter suburb. As the song progresses, reality begins to creep into the fenced community as national guardsmen raid homes and interrogate the children. The clip features a quintessential Jonze ending, leaving the viewer feeling lukewarm and introspective. Full Story at Spinner

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Cee-Lo Green tops UK singles chart with cleaned-up ‘Fuck You’

Cee-Lo Green’s track ‘Forget You’ – the radio friendly version of ‘Fuck You’ – has gone to the top of the UK Singles Charts tonight (October 10). The track has sold some 107,000 copies in its first week alone, making it one of just seven singles this year so far to have had week one sales of over 100,000 copies.

Meanwhile Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow’s duet ‘Shame’ is in the Number Two position. Full Story at NME

Jessie Baylin ‘Hurry, Hurry’ Song Premiere

True, singer-songwriter Jessie Baylin is married to Kings of Leon’s Nathan Followill, and while Followill may rightfully be celebrating the enormous success his band has experienced this year, it’s obvious who’s boss after one listen to Baylin’s ‘Hurry, Hurry.’ She simply owns house on this recording.

“‘Hurry Hurry’ was the first song we finished, and it really set the tone for the rest of the sessions,” Baylin tells Spinner. “It became the inspiration for the album — the song arrangement, the orchestral arrangement. We felt a mood was created. We felt we really hit on something special. ‘Hurry Hurry’ became the benchmark to hit for all the other songs. They had to be this good or we’d go back to the drawing board.” Full Story at Spinner