Did Artic Monkey really just announce a new album, The Car?
Yes, and have you been missing the incredible band Arctic Monkeys? No more need to miss them because they are back and with a whole album. Their new album, The Car, arrives on October 21st. This is a follow-up to 2018’s Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino was written by Alex Turner and, once again, produced by James Ford.
The new LP was recorded at Butley Priory in Suffolk, RAK Studios in London, and La Frette in Paris. It will feature ten tracks, including “I Ain’t Quite Where I Think I Am,” which the band debuted live at Zurich Openair in Switzerland on Septebmer 5th.
01 There’d Better Be a Mirrorball
02 I Ain’t Quite Where I Think I Am
03 Sculptures of Anything Goes
04 Jet Skis on the Moat
05 Body Paint
06 The Car
07 Big Ideas
08 Hello You
09 Mr Schwartz
10 Perfect Sense
The Album Look
The deluxe LP edition of the forthcoming album will be available on limited-edition grey vinyl with spined sleeve with “tip on” mounted gloss cover image via Arctic Monkeys’ official web store.
Additionally, an exclusive, custard-colored LP will be available at independent record shops and HMV stores. The Car will also come on standard LP, CD, and cassette, as well as on streaming platforms.
Per the press release, the record “finds Arctic Monkeys running wild in a new and sumptuous musical landscape and contains some of the richest and most rewarding vocal performances of Alex Turner‘s career.”
You can also see them on tour… right now!
08-25 Paris, France – Rock en Seine
08-27 Reading, England – Reading Festival
08-28 Leeds, England – Leeds Festival
09-01 Málaga, Spain – Cala Mijas Festival
09-02 Lisbon, Portugal – Kalorama
09-04 Stradbally, Ireland – Electric Picnic
09-16 Las Vegas, NV – Life Is Beautiful Festival
09-18 Los Angeles, CA – Primavera Sound
11-04 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Jeunesse Arena
11-05 São Paulo, Brazil – Primavera Sound
11-08 Curitiba, Brazil – Pedreira Paulo Leminsk
11-10 Asunción, Paraguay – Kilk Fest
11-12 Santiago de Chile, Chile – Primavera Sound
11-13 Buenos Aires, Argentina – Primavera Sound
11-15 Lima, Peru – Arena 1
11-17 Bogotá, Colombia – Coliseo Live
11-19 Mexico City, Mexico – Corona Capital Festival
12-29 Sydney, Australia – Lost Paradise
12-31 Victoria, Australia – Falls Festival VIC
01-02 Yelgun, Australia – Falls Festival NSW
01-04 Melbourne, Australia – Sidney Myer Music Bowl
01-05 Melbourne, Australia – Sidney Myer Music Bowl
01-06 Adelaide, Australia – Heaps Good Festival
01-08 Perth, Australia – Falls Festival WA
01-11 Brisbane, Australia – Riverstage
01-14 Sydney, Australia – The Domain