I can’t say that I like it – or understand it for that matter – but the film clip for Arctic Monkeys’ latest video for Black Treacle is another installment in their stylish Americanised film clips.
Now on tour in Australia for 2011′s Suck It And See, I’m talking to bassist Nick O’Malley about the current tour and how the lads are fairing after the worldwide success of their latest material.
Fans who missed out on securing tickets for the Arctic Monkeys’ January 2012 Melbourne show can breathe easy, with an announcement being made that the band will perform a second and final show in Melbourne on Monday the 2nd of January at the Palace Theatre.
The Arctic Monkeys are back with the well crafted piece of mature rock and roll with their fourth full-length album Suck It And See.
Sheffield’s Arctic Monkeys have overnight, released a clip for their first single Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair, taken from their upcomming 4th album Suck It and See.
The Arctic Monkeys have gone from shooting in Sheffield to California in their new video Brick By Brick. In a move similar to that of Radiohead, word of any recording activity prior to Brick By Bricks release had been kept well contained – it’s quite possible that their fourth album and followup to 2008′s Humbug has already been recorded and is ready for distribution at any given moment. As such, think of Brick By Brick as a taste of what’s to come.
A 6 track EP of original songs by Alex Turner (Arctic Monkeys) from the film Submarine will be released by Domino on Friday the 18th of March 2011.
Climbing atop his high horse, John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten, the one time Sex Pistols singer has attacked the Arctic Monkeys claiming that they’re “not a band”.