Arcade Fire leader Win Butler has told Q that his band will not be distracted by the scale of playing in London's Hyde Park tomorrow night (30 June).
The band will play one of their biggest ever headlining gigs in the capital, supported by Mumford & Sons, The Vaccines, Beirut and Owen Pallet, in front of 60,000 people.
"What can fans expect? Well, it should be a great show," declared Butler. "We're just gonna do what Arcade Fire do best - just get out there and play some rock 'n' roll."
The frontman was speaking as part of an exclusive cover interview in the new issue of Q Magazine, Q301.
The edition also features exclusive chats with Mumford & Sons, Muse, The Vaccines, Jessie J and more as we present the ultimate guide to this summer's music.
Get the full Arcade Fire interview in the latest issue of Q Magazine now.
10:08 AM | 29/06/2011
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