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Andrew Garfield dons drag for new Arcade Fire video

Andrew Garfield dons drag for new Arcade Fire video

NEW VIDEO:Actor Andrew Garfield attends the premiere of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" at the Ziegfeld Theatre on Thursday, April 24. Photo: Associated Press/Evan Agostini/Invision

Canadian rockers Arcade Fire persuaded Andrew Garfield to dress in drag and shave his head for the band’s new music video.

On Friday, the same day the actor’s new film, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” hit cinemas, the group released a teaser for the promo for its next single, “We Exist.”

The 22-second clip features Garfield at the recent Coachella Music Festival in California, where Arcade Fire performed.

Garfield is featured in the video walking through through the crowds, wearing a white dress, blonde wig and a pink mask painted on his face.

The clip also intertwines shots of Garfield giving himself a buzz cut, which he’s since been sporting for several weeks.

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