Junos

Watch Arcade Fire kiss Deadmau5's head, shout out their peers in first Junos appearance

The Montreal band won four Juno Awards in 2011.

The Montreal band won four Juno Awards in 2011.

Arcade Fire is seen here at the 2011 Juno Awards. (Canadian Press)

With five nods, Arcade Fire leads with the most nominations at the 2018 Juno Awards. But this isn't the Montreal band's first time dominating the Junos. Back in 2011, they took home four big awards for album of the year, alternative album of the year, songwriter of the year and group of the year. 

While 2011 wasn't their first time being nominated for or winning a Juno, it was the first year the band made an appearance at the live ceremony. Below, we take a look back at their first win of that night, for group of the year. 

Watch as members Win and Will Butler greet presenter Deadmau5 with kisses, and thank a number of bands they came up in the Canadian music scene with, including Wolf Parade, The Unicorns, and The Hidden Cameras. Will Arcade Fire be able to repeat their success at this year's Juno Awards? 

Arcade Fire wins the Juno for Group of the Year following the release of The Suburbs. 1:12

Wherever you are in the world, you can watch the 2018 Juno Awards broadcast live from the Rogers Arena in Vancouver on March 25 at cbcmusic.ca/junos.

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