Ten years on, we take a look at the legacy of Arctic Monkeys’ third album.
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It’s time to unwrap some disappointing early Christmas presents from The 1975, Clean Bandit, and Arctic Monkeys…
Harry Fortuna reviews the divisive new record from the Sheffield-bred indie rockers.
Feeling a bit nostalgic after listening to the indie giants’ new album? Harry Fortuna takes a look back at some of their best lyrics.
The Arctic Monkeys are back, but there’s plenty more to dig into this week in the music world…
Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino is out tomorrow. I repeat, tomorrow!
As Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino fast approaches, Harry Fortuna takes a look back at one of the band’s greatest ever songs.
It’s 23rd January 2006. Plectrum poised alongside strings, drumstick grasped purposefully, Alex Turner’s lips pursed…
The Arctic Monkeys have announced 15 upcoming performances including headlining Glasgow’s TRNSMT in July.
The critically acclaimed album contained such hits as ‘D is for Dangerous’ and ‘Florescent Adolescent’.
Nostalgic News: Arctic Monkeys released ‘I Bet That You Look Good on the Dancefloor’ ten years ago today
The first single from the Sheffield indie-rock band’s debut album Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not, was released ten years ago today on 14th October 2005.
Aerosmith, Chvrches, Foo Fighters, Paramore and St. Vincent are also set to feature on the game, which is set for release on 6th October.
Released in 2006, Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I Am Not, was a ground-breaking debut album for the Arctic Monkeys.
The Sheffield-born band released their third studio album, Humbug, in the UK on 24th August 2009.