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Arctic Monkeys add third London date to their 2023 UK tour
Arctic Monkeys have added a third London date to their 2023 UK and Ireland stadium tour after the first two shows sold out this morning (September 30).Tickets for the Sheffield band’s stadium tour next year went on general sale this morning, with high demand being reported on ticket sites and across social media.Arctic Monkeys’ first two dates at London’s Emirates Stadium on June 16 and 17 both sold out this morning, with the band now announcing a third show at Arsenal’s stadium on June 18.Tickets for the newly announced gig, as well as the rest of the tour, are on sale now from here.A third London show is now on sale following the first two shows selling out. Get tickets here: https://t.co/151qusg7BG pic.twitter.com/KqtC5g7fSQ— Arctic Monkeys (@ArcticMonkeys) September 30, 2022You can see Arctic Monkeys’ updated UK and Ireland tour schedule for 2023 below.May 202329 – Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol31 – Building Society Arena, CoventryJune 20232 – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester3 – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester5 – Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough7 – Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich9 – Hillsborough Park, Sheffield10 – Hillsborough Park, Sheffield12 – Swansea.com Stadium, Swansea14 – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton16 – Emirates Stadium, London17 – Emirates Stadium, London18 – Emirates Stadium, London20 – Malahide Castle, Dublin25 – Bellahouston Park, GlasgowArctic Monkeys will tour next year in support of their upcoming new album ‘The Car’.
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Watch Arctic Monkeys play ‘Potion Approaching’ for first time since 2010
Arctic Monkeys have performed ‘Potion Approaching’ for first time in 12 years – watch footage from their comeback gig at Istanbul’s Zorlu PSM below.The Sheffield band, who until tonight (August 9) hadn’t played a live show since 2019, treated fans to the ‘Humbug‘ (2009) cut fairly early on in their 21-song set.A besuited Alex Turner told the crowd “it’s lovely to see you all” before launching into singing the deep cut, which reportedly hasn’t been performed since 2010.Watch fan-shot footage below:Some fans who were not in attendance at the Turkey show were quick to respond to the song’s outing, with one posting a meme that reads: “I don’t really care if something good happened to you, it should have happened to me instead.”‘”Potion Approaching live for the first time in 12 years TWELVE,” wrote another fan, while another said: “WDYM THEYRE PLAYING POTION APPROACHING.”WDYM THEYRE PLAYING POTION APPROACHING— alma ☽ (@kissesofvenus) August 9, 2022The band opened with classics including ‘Do I Wanna Know’ ‘Brainstorm’ and ‘Snap Out Of It’ and rounded off the night with ‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’ and ‘R U Mine?’ – check out the full set list, photos, videos and more here.They noticeably didn’t air any new material at their comeback gig, which was the first of two consecutive nights at Istanbul’s Zorlu PSM venue.
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Nikki Lane’s new album features members of Queens Of The Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys
Queens Of The Stone Age and Arctic Monkeys.Released September 23, ‘Denim & Diamonds’ has been produced and mixed by Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme, and sees Lane backed by his QOTSA bandmates Alain Johannes, Dean Fertita, and Michael Shuman. It’s also been confirmed that Arctic Monkey’s Matt Helders appears on the record, as does Autolux’s Carla Azar.The first single from ‘Denim & Diamonds’ was released earlier today (June 2) – check out ‘First High’ below.Speaking about the track, Lane said it’s “about chasing that feeling of the first roller coaster, the first drag of a cigarette, that first kiss.”Lane last released an album back in 2017 with ‘Highway Queen’ but did co-write Lane Del Rey’s ‘Breaking Up Slowly’ from 2021’s ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club‘ and they performed it together at the Stagecoach Festival last month.Queens Of The Stone Age have been largely inactive while Homme has been engaged in legal proceedings over custody of his children with ex-wife Brody Dalle, but are set to headline Mad Cool Festival next month.A post shared by Mad Cool Festival (@madcoolfestival)As for Arctic Monkeys, they have a busy summer with a number of gigs in Europe planned as well as a headline slot at Reading & Leeds Festival.Back in November, Helders said that the band’s new album is “pretty much” finished and is likely to arrive this year.Asked by 5 Live Breakfast‘s Rick Edwards if the new album was “ready to go”, Helders replied: “Yeah, pretty much, yeah.
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Artists voice support for Sheffield’s The Leadmill as iconic venue announces eviction and closure
Arctic Monkeys, Kings Of Leon and The Killers, and remains popular with live music fans and clubbers in the Steel City.However, today (March 31) saw the venue – which celebrated its 40th anniversary last year – issuing a statement on its website explaining that it is being forced out of business.“Today we have received some devastating news that in one year’s time, our Landlord is trying to evict us, forcing us to close,” the statement began.“Since 1980 The Leadmill has spent millions of pounds on what was a derelict warehouse, transforming it into one of the U.K’s most respected venues where countless acts from across the globe have performed over the years,” it continued.The team then asked people to show their support by “sharing this news and sharing your best memories that we can gather to help show them reasons why #WeCantLoseLeadmill”.They signed off the statement with contact info for those wanting to know more about the situation.Today we have received some devastating news that in 1 year's time, our Landlord is evicting us and forcing us to close.Please show your support by sharing this news & sending us your best memories that we can gather to help display all the reasons why #WeCantLoseLeadmill pic.twitter.com/6pVKaTFJ4U— The Leadmill (@Leadmill) March 31, 2022Since the news broke, a number of musicians, gig-goers and friends of the venue have taken to social media to react to the news, with many calling to save the venue, and using the hashtag #WeCantLoseLeadmill to bring awareness to the news.“Such a brilliant venue. Let’s do all we can to stop The @Leadmill from closing,” Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess tweeted, while The Subways wrote: “IN WHAT WORLD IS THIS ALLOWED TO HAPPEN? Unacceptable.
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