Arctic Monkeys have carried out ‘That’s The place You’re Flawed’ for first time in nearly a decade – watch footage from tonight’s (August 18) Prague present under.
The Sheffield band, at present on their first tour because the coronavirus pandemic, handled followers to the ‘Suck It And See’ (2011) observe in direction of the tip of their set. The tune was final carried out stay by the band in Could 2013.
The band’s comeback gig in Istanbul had beforehand seen them mud off ‘Potion Approaching’ for the primary time since 2011, and the band continued to throw out fan favourites tonight, with a tour debut of ‘4 Out Of 5’ additionally on the setlist.
Take a look at the setlist and fan-shot footage of ‘That’s The place You’re Flawed’ under:
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In the meantime, the band’s drummer Matt Helders just lately spoke concerning the band’s upcoming new album, saying that musically it “picks up the place ‘Tranquility Base Resort & On line casino’ left off”.
The Sheffield four-piece have but to formally announce the follow-up to their Could 2018 album however new music from the band is anticipated to reach this 12 months provided that the band at the moment are out on tour.
Talking to Mike Dolbear for this 12 months’s DrumathonLIVE 2022, Helders mentioned that the Monkeys’ subsequent album can be in an identical vein to 2018’s ‘Tranquility Base Resort & On line casino’.
“It kinda like picks up the place the opposite one [‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’] left off musically. I imply, it’s by no means gonna be like [2012 ‘AM’ single] ‘R U Mine?’ and all that stuff once more, you understand, the heavy riffs and stuff,” he continued.
“However there are riffs in there and [it’s] a bit extra up-tempo, regardless that it’s not loud,” he added. “It’s exhausting to elucidate!”
After it emerged in August 2021 that the band had been recording new music in Suffolk, Helders instructed BBC Radio 5 Reside in November that Arctic Monkeys “all the time do attempt to do one thing a bit completely different” with every launch.
Requested if the brand new album was “able to go”, Helders replied: “Yeah, just about, yeah. It was a bit disjointed how we needed to do it, and there are bits to complete off, however yeah, it’s all within the works.”
Arctic Monkeys will headline Studying & Leeds in August – their solely two UK stay appearances scheduled for 2022 to this point – whereas their tour may even go to Europe, North America, South America and Australia.