The new Arctic Monkeys album is called ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’, and it’s out next month

The band's sixth album is finally imminent - it's set to drop next month.
We told you. We did. Arctic Monkeys’ much anticipated sixth album – titled ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’, is set to arrive on 11th May.

The news first broke via a rogue Amazon listing, before iTunes Japan gave us artwork and a full tracklisting. You can check that out below.

Star Treatment

One Point Perspective

American Sports

Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino

Golden Trunks

Four Out Of Five

The World’s First Ever Monster Truck Front Flip

Science Fiction

She Looks Like Fun


The Ultracheese

There’s also an official trailer for the record, with a snippet of new material. You can check that out below.

Produced by James Ford and Alex Turner, the album was recorded in Los Angeles, Paris and London. A press release claims the record “finds the band intent on continuing to explore new musical terrain with each album. ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ups the ante in a big way; it is a bold and brilliant album reflecting Turner’s ever more comprehensive creative vision.”

Until today, Arctic Monkeys have been mostly teasing their new record through fan selfies in chip shops – most recently suggesting it’ll be with us next month, which looks set to be pretty solid info. More bands should do their press through fast food establishments.

Arctic Monkeys are set to play TRNSMT later this summer. The band have already confirmed runs in Europe and the US, too, ‘FYI’.

The band’s full live plans read:


5 – Hollywood Forever Cemetery, LA (Sold Out)

22 – Columbiahalle, Berlin (Sold Out)

23 – Columbiahalle, Berlin (Sold Out)

26 – Cavea, Rome (Sold Out)

27 – Cavea, Rome (Sold Out)

29 – Zenith, Paris (Sold Out)

30 – Zenith, Paris (Sold Out)


4 – Mediolanum Forum, Milan (Sold Out)

16 – Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh NC (Sold Out)

18 – Ascend Amphitheater, Nashville TN

19 – Coca Cola Roxy Theatre, Atlanta GA (Sold Out)

26 – Mitsubishi Electric Halle, Dusseldorf (Sold Out)

27 – Royal Arena, Copenhagen


10 – Les Nuits De Fourviere, Lyon (Sold Out)

24 – Forest Hills Stadium, NY (Sold Out)

27 – TD Garden, Boston MA

28 – Anthem, Washington DC (Sold Out)

31 – Petersen Events Centre, Pittsburgh PA


1 – Masonic Temple Theatre, Detroit MI (Sold Out)

5 – Air Canada Centre, Toronto



2 – Primavera Sound, Barcelona

8 – Best Kept Secret Festival, Netherlands

15 – Firefly Festival, Dover DE

22 – Southside Festival, Germany

24 – Hurricane Festival, Germany


1 – TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow

4 – Oper’er Festival, Poland

6 – RockWave Festival, Greece

8 – Rock Wrechter, Belgium

12 – NOS Live, Portugal

13 – Mad Cool Festival, Spain


2 – Lollapalooza Festival, Chicago Il

4 – Osheaga Festival, Montreal, Canada

8 – Oya Festival, Norway

9 – Way Out West Festival, Sweden

11 – Flow Festival, Finland

14 – Sziget Festival, Hungary

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