“It’s never gonna be like ‘R U Mine?'”

Matt Helders spoke about the Arctic Monkeys’ upcoming new album, saying that musically, it “catches up where the “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino” has stopped”.

Sheffield’s Four Pieces have yet to officially announce a follow-up to their May 2018 album, but the band’s new music is expected to come out this year as the Monkeys go on tour in August.

Drummer AM Helders has now told fans what to expect from their next record. Speaking to Mike Dolbear for this year’s DrumathonLIVE 2022, Helders said that the Monkeys’ next album will be similar to 2018’s ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’.

“It’s like choosing where the other [‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’] dropped the music,” says Helders (you can check out his interview in the post below at 45 minutes).

“I mean, it will never be like [2012 ‘AM’ single] ‘My RU?’ and all that again, you know, the riffs and the heavy stuff.

“But there are twists in it and [it’s] the tempo is a bit higher, although it’s not as loud,” he added. “It’s hard to explain!”

After appearing in August 2021 that the band had recorded new music in Suffolk, Helders told BBC Radio 5 Live in November that the Arctic Monkeys “always try and do something a little bit different” with each track. release.

When asked if the new album was “ready to go”, Helders replied: “Yes, that’s right. There’s a bit of a gap on how we’re supposed to go, and there’s still work to be done, but yes, it’s all in the works. ”

The Arctic Monkeys will make headlines with Reading & Leeds in August – their only two UK live appearances scheduled for 2022 so far – while their tour will also visit Europe. Europe, North America, South America and Australia.

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Emma James

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