When the call came, Dan Deacon was tracking his new album. The songs were structured, the studio time was booked, there was a release date scheduled, and suddenly he was being invited to play shows with Arcade Fire. Big shows.
"I didn't know shows like that existed for bands that were contemporary. I thought that was for like U2 and Tom Petty and stuff. It was weird to see the venue and the distance and be like... that's the venue. That's where like... Shaq used to go."
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