Here is anyway …
Arctic Monkeys has revealed new single & # 39; Anyways & # 39;. Listen to it in its entirety below.
The track is a previously undecided effort, taken straight from the B side of their "Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino" 7 ", which comes today.
It is completely in line with their latest record, as Alex Turner's peculiar croon is paired with the deep lounge pop sound that has largely defined it.
The new offer was first announced last month as the band unveiled Warp Speed Chic, a mini documentary directed by filmmaker Ben Chappell.
The movie, which can be seen fully below, documents the recording of "Tranquility Base …" and also follows them when they debut the tracks for the first time.
Meanwhile, Arctic Monkey's drummer Matt Helders has recently confirmed that he is working on a new solo album that inspires the horror icon John Carpenter.
Talking to KEXP, said musician: "I have a small studio set up at home now, when I'm there, I can spend some time," he said. "It's really old drummers and synthesizers – a bit more electronic and a bit more like soundtrack-y, like a John Carpenter kind of thing."
He continued: "It's not really a goal for what it will be yet. I'm just trying to get into the tools in case, whether it's a score or a plate or whatever. I just enjoy it as a hobby and when it leads to something, I think it feels a bit better for me when it's just something I would do and interest in. "