Arctic Monkeys Release New Video


Just a few weeks back, The Arctic Monkeys shared a new track titled, “Do I Wanna Know” and then revealed that it was nothing more than a B-side that would not be featured on their upcoming new album. This weekend, they released the official video for what will be their second single off the new album titled, “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?”

The video features frontman, Alex Turner going through a series of some serious paranoid hallucinations throughout the song.

Check out the video below:

“Why’s You Only call Me When You’re High?” will be featured on the band’s upcoming album, AM which is due out on September 9 through Domino Records. Starting in late August, the band will be heading out on a full tour through Europe and the US; full tour dates can be seen below.


08-30 Zurich, Switzerland – Zurich Openair
09-01 Stradbally, Ireland – Electric Picnic Festival
09-07 Istanbul, Turkey – Rock n Coke Festival
09-09 London, England – iTunes Festival
09-15 Toronto, Ontario – Kool Haus
09-18 Philadelphia, PA – Mann Center for Performing Arts
09-21 Atlanta, GA – Music Midtown Festival
09-23 Chicago, IL – Riviera Theater
09-26 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
09-27 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
09-29 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
09-30 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
10-01 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
10-04 Austin, TX – Austin City Limits Festival
10-05 Baton Rouge, LA – Varsity Theatre
10-07 Chattanooga, TN – Track 29
10-08 Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works
10-09 Birmingham, AL – Iron City Birmingham
10-11 Austin, TX – Austin City Limits Festival
10-13 Mexico City, Mexico – Corona Capital Festival
10-22 Newcastle, England – Metro Radio Arena
10-23 Manchester, England – Arena
10-25 London, England – Earls Court
10-26 London, England – Earls Court
10-28 Liverpool, England – Echo Arena
10-29 Cardiff, Wales – Motorpoint Arena
10-31 Birmingham, England – LG Arena
11-01 Glasgow, Scotland – Hydro
11-02 Sheffield, England – Motorpoint Arena
11-04 Offenbach, Germany – Stadhalle
11-05 Berlin, Germany – Columbiahalle
11-07 Paris, France – Zenith
11-09 Brussels, Belgium – The Forest National
11-11 Dusseldorf, Germany – Mitsubishi Electric Halle
11-12 Munich, Germany – Zenith
11-13 Milan, Italy – Mediolanum Forum
11-15 Madrid, Spain – Palacio de Deportes
11-16 Barcelona, Spain – Palau Olimpic

Arctic Monkeys Release B-Side


A few weeks back, we got the Arctic Monkeys’ video for “Do I Wanna Know?” and up to then, speculation started to surround whether or not the band would be releasing a new album sometime soon.

Sure enough, the band announced that they would be releasing a brand new album titled AM on September 10 through Domino Records. Today, the band have released the B-side to “Do I Wanna Know?,”  “2013.” The song, will not appear on the new release which means that it’s time to take advantage and listen to the song on repeat.

Tell us what you think of the song? Should it have been included on AM?

Arctic Monkeys Release New Album Information


Just a week ago, the Arctic Monkeys released the music video for their first single, “Do I Wanna Know?” which left fans wondering when the announcement that a new album was coming would make its presence.

Well, those asking lots of question finally go their answer and probably a lot more than they had hoped. The English rockers revealed that their new album will be titled AM and will be released on September 10 through Domino. This album which will be the band’s fifth album will serve as a follow-up to 2010’s Suck and See It.

The album will also feature several guest-star including Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme, veteran Elvis Costello drummer, Pete Thomas and Bill Ryder-Jones from the band, The Coral. The last track, “I Wanna Be Yours,” will feature spoken words from “punk poet” John Cooper Clarke.

When it comes to the production of the album, the band didn’t stray far from their usual collaborators which include  longtime producer James Ford of Simian Mobile Disco once again oversees this album, with co-production by another previous collaborator, Ross Orton. The full track list for the album can be seen below as well as the music video for “Do I Wanna Know?”


1. “Do I Wanna Know?”
2. “R U Mine?”
3. “One for the Road”
4. “Arabella”
5. “I Want It All”
6. “No. 1 Party Anthem”
7. “Mad Sounds”
8. “Fireside”
9. “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?”
10. “Snap Out Of It”
11. “Knee Socks”
12. “I Wanna Be Yours”