The New Arctic Monkeys Album Has An Unexpected Sound
It's been five years since Arctic Monkeys last released a new album, but now they're back with Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino, and fans are divided.
The new record is more piano-driven, with Alex Turner admitting recently that the guitar had lost its ability to give him ideas.
It incorporates 1970s jazz influences and sounds completely different from what the band have done before, with no obvious singles.
Is this the sound of Turner and co. growing up? And will it mark a possible step away from the band for the frontman?
John Caddell and Nadine O'Regan give their thoughts on the new material and discuss some of the week's other music stories, including the untimely death of Frightened Rabbit singer Scott Hutchison.
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