Arcade Fire is heading back home for the Juno Awards.
The Canadian band is set to perform at this year’s edition of the country’s Grammy equivalent, taking place May 15 in Toronto. Win Butler and company, who’ve won 11 Junos themselves, join the previously announced Avril Lavigne on the show’s lineup.
You can watch the 2022 Junos live via the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s website and social media platforms.
Arcade Fire just announced a new album called WE last week. The follow-up to 2017’s Everything Now will arrive May 6.
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