Watch Arcade Fire Apologize in Canadian Sketch, Perform 'Everything Now' Songs on 'SNL'
Arcade Fire treated fans to something special for their fourth appearance on Saturday Night Live. Not only did the Canadian rock band perform new songs, but they also appeared in a hilarious sketch with host Bill Hader.
Arcade Fire appeared on the March 17 episode of SNL to promote their latest album, Everything Now. As such, the group delivered highly energetic performances of new songs “Creature Comfort” and “Put Your Money on Me.” But it didn't end there.
Later, Arcade Fire members appeared in a sketch where Hader plays fictional movie producer Thomas Logan (the "Canadian Harvey Weinstein") who profusely apologies for his misbehavior during an interview with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The six members of Arcade Fire show up to apologize for doing a soundtrack with Logan.
Watch the clips below.