August 24, 2022

Arctic Monkeys announce new album ‘The Car’

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After all the commotion caused by Alex Turner and company after they played new song “I Ain’t Quite Where I Think I Am” at the Zúrich Open Festival on August 23, the band just announced the name, cover and track list of their seventh album, ‘The Car

‘The Car’ official album artwork. CREDIT: Press

It is now official, The Car is arriving on October 21

Produced by regular collaborator James Ford and recorded at Butley Priory, Suffolk, RAK Studios, London and La Frette, Paris. Is good to mention that Butley Priory is a converted monastery in rural Suffolk. The decision not to go to a regular recording studio was inspired by some rock-and-roll legends, Turner said to Big Issue.

“There’s a bunch of Led Zeppelin and Stones records where they were in this house in the country and then they went and sorted it all out and overdubbed it elsewhere,” Turner revealed. 

‘The Car’ is the follow-up to 2018’s Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino

Per a 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”.

The tracklist

A total of 10 songs are included in this new album and it will be available for download and some vinyl formats.

TRACKLISTING

SIDE A
  • 1. There’d Better Be A Mirrorball
  • 2. I Ain’t Quite Where I Think I Am
  • 3. Sculptures Of Anything Goes
  • 4. Jet Skis On The Moat
  • 5. Body Paint
SIDE B
  • 6. The Car
  • 7. Big Ideas
  • 8. Hello You
  • 9. Mr Schwartz
  • 10. Perfect Sense
Arctic Monkeys - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza

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