Arctic Monkeys new song
2013-05-23 by James Grant | 22 Comments
UK based indie rock band Arctic Monkeys have released a new live track entitled 'Do I Wanna Know?'. The track was captured and recorded in Ventura at a recent performance at The Majestic Theater. It has been confirmed that the track will feature on the band's up and coming new album later this year.

'Do I Wanna Know?' can be streamed at the link posted below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpY41BAvPHI
Tagged: Arctic Monkeys

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BigPleb
May 23rd 2013
36740 Comments


R U Mine 2.0

Artuma
May 23rd 2013
13466 Comments


i actually liked R U Mine, let's see if this is anything worth listening

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Artuma
May 23rd 2013
13466 Comments


link doesn't work

iGuter
May 23rd 2013
349 Comments


Link doesn't work.

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BigPleb
May 23rd 2013
36740 Comments


Fixed.

Artuma
May 23rd 2013
13466 Comments


yeah it's like a darker R U Mine

BigPleb
May 23rd 2013
36740 Comments


I think it's decent, very QOTSA.

Artuma
May 23rd 2013
13466 Comments


yeah, it definitely has that stoner rock vibe but reminds me too much of R U Mine. decent song though

BigPleb
May 23rd 2013
36740 Comments


Told you bro.

Artuma
May 23rd 2013
13466 Comments


yes. yes you did.

newjunk2
May 23rd 2013
230 Comments


Yeah it definitely sounds a lot like R U Mine. I like it.

bloc
May 23rd 2013
34872 Comments


Can't really hear it all that well, but a new album later this year? Count me in. I am expecting Suck It Part 2 though...

Artuma
May 23rd 2013
13466 Comments


new album is probs gonna be their best since FWN

peaks40
May 23rd 2013
2763 Comments


awesome band. cool.

WhiteNoise
May 23rd 2013
3166 Comments


Love this band way too much, recording was shitty but that riff sounds decent...

I still claim humbug is their best but its s fun watching this band evolve album to album.

BigPleb
May 23rd 2013
36740 Comments


Well, the first person who agrees with me! :]

SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
May 23rd 2013
4435 Comments


Humbug is their best in my opinion as well. I like this heavier sound they're going for and this one kind of had the mellow and moodier atmosphere of Humbug. I'm still hoping for a "Dance Little Liar" and "The Jeweller's Hands" part 2 on this next one, but I doubt it though.

tommygun
May 23rd 2013
24954 Comments


sweet can't check at work but r u mine 2.0 is fine by me

that style really suits em

punkomania19
May 24th 2013
76 Comments


Wow other people that like humbug I think that's there best aswell some sweet jams on that album

tommygun
May 24th 2013
24954 Comments


song's coo lookn fwd to this record

jackalope11
May 24th 2013
330 Comments


amazing!

iGuter
June 19th 2013
349 Comments


Epic chill track. Thank god this band is still around! Hopefully Alex Turner will make another The Last of the Shadow Puppets album with Miles. Please!



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