"They are by far the most important band of their generation and have produced some of the most inspiring music of any time," said Rodger in a statement.
Maverick Management’s Scott Rodger has parted ways with Arcade Fire after thirteen years with the band, Billboard has learned.
"It’s been the greatest pleasure of my professional career working and collaborating with Arcade Fire and everyone on their team," Rodger said in a statement. "They are by far the most important band of their generation and have produced some of the most inspiring music of any time. It’s with the deepest love and respect that I wish the band all the very best in their future endeavours and very much look forward to seeing what they come up with next.”
Rodger's working relationship with Arcade Fire spanned five albums and a slow but steady rise on the touring circuit, from local club shows to festival headliners and sold-out arena runs. The band won the 2011 album of the year Grammy Award for for their third studio album, The Suburbs, which hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200, and more recently was nominated for the 2015 Grammy for best alternative music album with their fourth LP, Reflektor.