Arctic Monkeys have played their new single, ‘Body Paint’, on television for the first time

The song is the second single from the Sheffield rockers’ sixth studio album, ‘The Car’.

Arctic Monkeys played ‘Body Paint’ on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show last night, giving the new single its television debut.

The Sheffield rockers recorded the musical appearance in The Tonight Show’s New York studio, shortly after playing ‘Body Paint’ live for the first time during an intimate performance at Brooklyn’s 3000-capacity Kings Theatre last Thursday (September 22nd). The song was officially released yesterday, September 29th.

You watch the music video for ‘Body Painthere, and check out Arctic Monkeys’ Tonight Show appearance below:

The Car’ will be released in full on October 21st via Domino. The full tracklist reads:

1. There’d Better Be A Mirrorball
2. I Ain’t Quite Where I Think I Am
3. Sculptures Of Anything Goes
4. Jet Skis On The Moat
5. Body Paint
6. The Car
7. Big Ideas
8. Hello You
9. Mr Schwartz
10. Perfect Sense

The band’s UK tour is now on sale, with additional dates being added today due to extraordinary demand. The current dates are now as follows:

May
29    Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol
31    Building Society Arena, Coventry

June
2    Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
3    Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
5    Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
7    Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich
9    Hillsborough Park, Sheffield
10    Hillsborough Park, Sheffield
12    Swansea.com Stadium, Swansea
14    The Ageas Bowl, Southampton
16    Emirates Stadium, London
17    Emirates Stadium, London
18    Emirates Stadium, London
20    Marlay Park, Dublin
25    Bellahouston Park, Glasgow

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