Canadian alt-rockers, Arcade Fire have put their Quebec church-come-recording studio up for sale.
The place of worship, where the group recorded both 2010′s The Suburbs and 2007′s Neon Bible, is set to be sold after the roof collapsed last year.
The band posted the building’s real estate listing on Twitter with the caption: “Anybody want to buy a church?”
We can only assume many fans would, but they’ll need around $325,000 to do so – the current asking price.
Arcade Fire are writing and recording a new album, but at a different location.