Alex Turner‘s fresh interview about Arctic Monkeys‘ improvement, the new album ‘The Car,’ tour, and festivals. Alex Turner just rushed with a guitar solo on Body Paint, the swaggering, Bowie-Esque highlight of their new album, ‘The Car’ on Later with Jools Holland joined.
Arctic Monkeys band’s latest album ‘The Car‘ was released on October 21st, 2022. Many AM fans were also waiting for word from a farm in Suffolk. Butley Priory revealed the band was working on their second album in the summer. The next album, which follows the publication of “Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino” in 2018, is just around the corner. Most of the AM fans are happy with the latest album.
Also, the band gives new interviews, joining to TV shows, and shares new music videos. During the latest TV program Later with Jools Hollands, Alex Turner talked about the Arctic Monkeys band’s musical improvement and more.
However, for the first time in 15 years, the show will devote a whole episode to a single artist, a distinction previously held by rock superstars such as REM, Radiohead, Metallica, and Oasis.
Alex Turner and his bandmates recognize the gravity of the situation. They shoot more takes and change up their repertoire to ensure that they deliver the new song with adequate style.
Alex Turner fresh new interview about Arctic Monkeys musical improvements and more:
“You have parched me out there. Could someone get me a water? Gotta make this one count. We’ll do an acoustic one and then Born To Run.
I enjoyed [Alex Turner] it a great deal. I’m a big fan of that show and I have been for a long time, even before we put the band together. I kind of lost myself in the archive back there for a minute, Mark, to be honest with you. I found myself gravitating to performances from 2002 and going, ‘Oh God, yeah, I remember seeing that and getting excited about it.'”
He continued with their The Wizard of Oz days and their musical style after 2009:
“I can’t really remember the impetus behind that decision. But it was a lot of fun. I had lost its ability to give me ideas. I made a big deal about the piano on the last record. But when I look at it now, the shift in sound between that record and the one before is more to do with the fact that my writing process around that time”.
Into a rehearsal room and work out how it goes with the band. So the piano had a part in it. But being able to record myself and write to those recordings is perhaps what got us into this mess.”
“I can vaguely remember times in the past where I’ve been struck with the inspiration and written something quite quickly. But it feels like that happens less these days. But I’m not worried if it takes a little bit longer. Felt like it had aspirations to be a movie theme.”
It hung around for ages, that melody, and I’d play it whenever I found myself sitting at a piano one of the band asked, ‘Is that one of yours?’ And that’s about as excited as they get. I had big ideas… the kind you’d rather not share over the phone. But now the orchestra’s got us all surrounded and I can’t for the life of me remember how they go.
There was much discussion and deliberation. Push and pull dynamics. It’s almost like there’s a button for the band and you press it and they step in for a bar, then they disappear back and you’re in that synthesizer place. That, of course, is not the kind of idea that I would have had before we started. That’s something that revealed itself during the process.
So, I’m thrilled that you mentioned the dynamics because that’s something we attempted to explore and get a handle on this time. And yeah, I think I think we did a better job in that respect, than we did last time around.”
There is certain numbers from the early records that I should think we would continue to keep playing. And there are other numbers we haven’t played for a while that we could imagine knocking the dust off. Nothing has been ruled out. Although Love Machine might be a stretch.”
Watch the Arctic Monkeys – “There’d Better Be A Mirrorball” below!