I'm including a new playlist by Arcade Fire. A Pitchfork Review said this about their faith.
Lately, gospel-- not to mention fundamentalist Christianity-- has been experiencing something of a renaissance, so it's no shock that the same label that sometimes frowned upon Cash's religious recordings is eager to revisit them today. But times are different. Big music names from Bono to Mary J. Blige to Arcade Fire are believers of the highest order.
While I do think there are hints to their faith in many of their songs there is also a criticism of hypocrisy in the church. The most explicit is in the last song on the playlist Antichrist Television Blues. Basically about a guy praying for a child to make it big. I think it may also be an indictment concerning Christian Music; saying that we can make music that mines the themes of faith for the masses or just grab the cash that comes more easily to Christian Artists.
Either Way enjoy the music, consider the lyrics. I hope that we are willing to bring the love of God to all people through all means