The Arcade Fire have now made it part of their current tour to perform city-centric songs during their set no matter which city they are in. Up until this point, the band have performed Boyz II Men’s “Motownphilly” in Philadelphia, Prince’s “Controversy” in Minneapolis, Stevie Wonder’s “Uptight (Everything is Alright” in Auburn Hills, Michigan and most recently “Heart of Glass” at Coachella with the one and only Debbie Harry.
Now the band can added another song to the list; “Dust in the Wind” by Kansas. Considering that the song was performed at the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City, but funnily enough, as pointed out by Win Butler, the band were performing in a Kansas City; Kansas City, Missouri.
The Arcade Fire are still in the middle of their “Reflektor” Tour even with their slight break from it for some festival dates including Coachella, The tour is slated to keep going until August 30 where it will wrap up in Montreal.