The time of Will Butler at Arcade Fire is over. Butler, an instrumentalist, longtime member, and brother of frontman Win Butler, left the band on Twitter on Saturday afternoon. Let us see what his Twitter post was.
Twitter Post Of Will Butler
Butler wrote in his post that he had left Arcade Fire. He had also mentioned the time he had left. Will said that after the final recording was done he had left. He said that the band has changed drastically over the last 20 years and it was time that he moves on. Butler also sat down and met the doctor. To commemorate Paul Farmer, the founder of Partners in Health, a non-profit health organization. Arcade Fire has been deeply involved in Partners in Health’s efforts over the past few years. The farmer died of a heart attack on February 21st.
What are his future plans and endeavors?
Regarding future creative efforts, Butler claims he’s working on a new record, composes music for a play by David Azimi, and plans a summer performance. Butler joined Arcade Fire in late 2003 after multi-instrumentalist Brendan Reed left the group. Butler has contributed to all Arcade Fire albums since his debut funeral in 2004. He collaborated on the group’s next album, The Lightning I, II, which will be released on May 6th. In addition to Arcade Fire, Butler has released three solo albums. Will even thanked all those who had gone to their concerts or brought the band’s music recording or labels. He added that he was grateful to have everyone’s love and support. He even thanked the crew, staff, management, label people, bands, artists, and friends who had helped them bring their vision to life for so many years.
The composer Wilbutler, who was nominated for an Oscar for the original score of the 2013 movie “She”, thanked the fans for many years of support and thanked everyone behind the scenes for contributing to the band’s “Vision for Life”. We concluded by commending. He also spoke positively to his current ex-band members and fans of the group. The news that Butler has left the band comes as the group prepares for a show sold out at the Bowery Ballroom in New York. He is glad to have such an amazing group and fan base. Will now wants to move ahead.
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