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Arctic Monkeys Unveil New Track There'd Better Be A Mirrorball

Tuesday, 30 August 2022 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Zackery Michael

After headlining Reading and Leeds, Arctic Monkeys have shared a new song.

There’d Better Be A Mirrorball is the first single to be shared from the Sheffield band's new album, 'The Car', due out on October 21. 

The track mixes punctuating keys, meandering melodies and rich strings with Alex Turner's posturing storytelling. Watch the single's video below, directed by Turner.

Arctic Monkeys have a busy few months ahead, with festival appearances and headline shows lined up across Europe, the US, South America and Australia.

Arctic Monkeys Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu September 01 2022 - MALAGA Cala Mijas (Spain)
Fri September 02 2022 - LISBON Parque Da Bela Vista (Portugal)

Wed January 04 2023 - MELBOURNE Sidney Myer Music Bowl
Thu January 05 2023 - MELBOURNE Sidney Myer Music Bowl
Wed January 11 2023 - BRISBANE Riverstage
Sat January 14 2023 - SYDNEY Domain

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