During their Madison Square Garden gig last weekend, the Arctic Monkeys took a moment to mark 50 years since The Beatles touched down in the States for their first tour and TV appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. Fan footage of the ‘All My Loving‘ cover has been uploaded to YouTube and can be viewed below.
Ahead of their live return to New York for a show at Madison Square Garden tonight (February 8th), Arctic Monkeys‘ Alex Turner and Matt Helders dropped in to the city’s Avatar Studios to record an acoustic version of their lead ‘AM‘ single ‘Do I Wanna Know?‘ (below).
Glastonbury was named Festival Of The Year, Arctic Monkeys took home Song Of 2013 for ‘Do I Wanna Know?‘ and Foals picked up the Artist Of The Year gong at the first ever Fly Awards, which were held in London last night (February 6th).
Reading/Leeds organisers have confirmed the pretty much inevitable news that Arctic Monkeys will headline their festival this year.
With two shows booked at London’s Finsbury Park this coming May, the Arctic Monkeys have now unveiled the details of another massive outdoor gig at Dublin’s Marlay Park on July 12th this year.
Blast from the past: Arctic Monkeys perform on Jonathan Ross Show dressed up as clowns…
Arctic Monkeys look a decent bet to sweep the board at this year’s NME Awards after landing nominations in all the major categories.
Bastille enjoyed a boost in sales during the festive week while Arctic Monkeys have also climbed once more on a UK Record Store Chart which is dominated again at the business end by Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow.
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