The 130+ years old church in Farnham has seen it all! From presbyterian mass celebrations to Free-Masonic rituals and then later, the music recording sessions. It is now back on the market for 399 000$ and listed by Kevin Perreault, Vincent Bussière and Charles Alexandre Sylvestre.
The Arcade Fire Years
The building operated as a live music venue and café for two decades until Arcade Fire bought it in 2005 and transformed it into a recording studio with a living space that included a full kitchen, three bedrooms, and three bathrooms.
Arcade Fire recorded most of 2007’s Neon Bible and parts of the Grammy-winning 2010 album The Suburbs inside the red brick church.
Other acts to record in the studio include Timber Timbre, Wolf Parade and Beirut.