Arctic Monkeys release new song

2012-02-27 by kieranll | 19 Comments
Arctic Monkeys have released a one off single entitled "R U Mine?". The band had previously stated that they planned to release a new song before departing for a tour of the US supporting The Black Keys.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQH8ZTgna3Q

Tagged: Arctic Monkeys

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Fugue
February 27th 2012
7372 Comments


Proper loving this, video is stylish as fuck too.

Timmons
February 27th 2012
561 Comments


they're supporting the black keys? i'd have thought the black keys would be supporting them.

Fugue
February 27th 2012
7372 Comments


In Britain maybe, but it's a US tour.

johnnyblaze
February 27th 2012
2842 Comments


5 years ago maybe, but when's the last time the monkeys had a hit single?

SpaceWhale
February 27th 2012
156 Comments


don't matter, song is still great.

Blankerman
February 27th 2012
11 Comments


Last hit single.... crying lightning? mayhaps?

PuddlesPuddles
February 27th 2012
4796 Comments


Not bad, a bit repetitive but cool

newjunkaesthetic93
February 27th 2012
1871 Comments


Very good lunchtime surprise. I wish more bands still did this.

SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
February 27th 2012
4501 Comments


I heard the next album was going to sound Darker and heavier like "Dont Sit Down" and the Suck it B-sides, I hope it's true.

SonicDriveIn
February 27th 2012
42 Comments


I still consider Arctic Monkeys my favourite band, but I don't know, these new songs just aren't doing it for me anymore. That being said, I still respect that they constantly release new music.

olddirtydoggy
February 27th 2012
40 Comments


These are a fantastic band and sadly as time goes on the sales are dropping. I hope they carry on for many more years. Sadly not a great live act, they have the stage presence of a cauliflower.

Bandido
February 27th 2012
816 Comments


Dope song. Some of the heavier stuff is hit and miss, as their last two records kind of have been, but still love 'em.

bloc
February 27th 2012
38662 Comments


Band never disappoints

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demigod!
February 27th 2012
48886 Comments


anyone else really tired of these guys

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spillingmercury
February 27th 2012
877 Comments


Fluctuating between finding their musical direction on this song generic/boring on a larger scale but refreshing for them. I think it might have a lot to do with Turner's vocal capabilities. Otherwise I can see this growing on me just because I like the Arctic Monkeys in general and Suck it and See was a pretty fun album.

Tom93M
February 28th 2012
1106 Comments


Cool track. Fact.

DirEnRefused
February 28th 2012
3270 Comments


I remember when these guys mattered.

clercqie
February 28th 2012
6519 Comments


Yeah, this was awesome

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
March 3rd 2012
7510 Comments


This is so Black Sabbath. Rules.



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