Arctic Monkeys 6th studio album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ coming May 11th, where can you buy it?

Arctic Monkeys sixth studio album Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino coming May 11th, where can you buy it?

British Grammy Award nominated alternative rock band Arctic Monkeys will be releasing their first album in five years on May 11th via Domino Records. The album will be called Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, and has been co-produced by James Ford and band lead vocalist Alex Turner.

Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino was recorded in L.A., London and Paris beginning in September, 2017. It  comes on the heels of the band announcing a full schedule of international festival dates followed by concerts in North America. Sadly, though, the only concert in the U.K. so far is their appearance at Glasgow’s TRNSMT.

The 11-track album is the first release for the Sheffield-based indie rock band since their 2013 album AM and subsequent tour, as they took a two-year hiatus after the AM tour concluded. It is the sixth studio album they will have released since their debut way back in 2006.

As their record label, Domino, says about the upcoming new album:

Their first release since 2013’s ‘AM’ finds the band intent on continuing to explore new musical terrain with each album. ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ ups the ante in a big way; it is a bold and brilliant album reflecting Turner’s ever more comprehensive creative vision.

Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino will be released on CD and digitally, as well as on an exclusive vinyl release that will only be available via the Arctic Monkeys store. You can also pre-order the CD and digital release, or pre-save on streaming services, on these sites.

The full track list looks like this, and yes, there are some pretty weird and wonderful song titles:

Star Treatment

One Point Perspective

American Sports

Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino

Golden Trunks

Four Out Of Five

The World’s First Ever Monster Truck Front Flip

Science Fiction

She Looks Like Fun

Batphone

The Ultracheese

Meanwhile, watch the promo video for the album below.

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