Arctic Monkeys is set to release a new live album in December – get full details and watch its trailer below
The album, released on December 4, was recorded during the group’s 2018 concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London
As with the concert itself, all proceeds from the album’s release will go to War Child, as the group explained in a series of tweets announcing the album.
“On June 7, 2018, we played a special show at the Royal Albert Hall in London,” they wrote “All proceeds from that night were donated to War Child to support the vital work they do for protect and educate & to rehabilitate children who have lived through the trauma of conflict and the horror of war »
On June 7, 2018 we performed a special show at the Royal Albert Hall in London All proceeds from that night were donated to @warchilduk to support the vital work they are doing to protect, educate & to rehabilitate children who lived through the trauma of conflict and the horror of war imageTwittercom / nsGsbLprc3
The group added: “The situation that was bad in 2018 is now desperate and these children and their families need our help more than ever.
« To enable War Child to reduce its funding gap and continue its valuable work, we are releasing a live album, recorded that evening All proceeds will go directly to the charity «
To enable @warchilduk to reduce their funding gap and continue their valuable work, we are releasing a live album, recorded that evening All proceeds will go directly to the charity Pre-order here: https: // tco / QxJG3TYl61
Pre-order Arctic Monkeys’ new live album, available in a variety of different formats including heavy double vinyl, clear vinyl option, double CD, photo book and more, here
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Earlier this month, rumors of new Arctic Monkeys material began to surface after drummer Matt Helders was pictured in a recording studio
Images posted to Instagram by photographer Andreas Neumann show Helders sitting behind drums in a Los Angeles studio, surrounded by a selection of keyboards and amplifiers
Neumann provided little context for the photo, but eagle-eyed fans noticed that he also tagged the Arctic Monkeys Instagram account in the blink of an eye – prompting speculation about the fact that they might be back in the studio
Arctic Monkeys latest album was ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ in 2018, which NME called ‘extremely smartly designed product’ in a four-star review
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