have premiered new track, "Stop the World I Wanna Get Off With You
," the b-side to their new single
, "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High
." Listen to the track below (via Tumblr).
reports, the track is a restrained, mid-tempo tune with an almost r&b beat similar to previous hit, "Do I Wanna Know
Talking about their evolution with Q magazine
, Turner confesses how they have always intended to 'explore' their sound, however in spite of this, he has now realised that whatever they try "it will always sound like the Arctic Monkeys."
"After our first LP, I don't think we knew where we were going to go"
Turner revealed. He went onto explain that the one thing they were all certain of was that the Arctic Monkeys were "never going to be a boring indie band."
When questioned whether "AM" would become the group's "big LA record,"
Turner stated: "It's funny you should ask, because our label boss heard the song 'Fireside' and told me it's the most Californian song I'd written. And of course, that was the one I'd written in London."
The band also debuted new track "Arabella
" live at Zurich Open Air Festival
It was the first time the band have played the track live. "Arabella" is taken from their forthcoming album "AM
." You can watch the band perform the song in the player below.
"AM" is set for release on September 9 and also features the tracks "R U Mine?
" and "Do I Wanna Know?" Guests on the album include Queens of the Stone Age
frontman Josh Homme
and former member of the Coral
, Bill Ryder-Jones
. Turner previously claimed that there was a rap and hip-hop influence on the album, saying one song sounds like Dr. Dre