Arctic Monkeys pay tribute to Amy Winehouse

Alex Turner tackles singer's track for new release

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Arctic Monkeys have covered a song by Amy Winehouse for a new compilation.

As revealed in the summer, the acts are both fans of each other, and the Sheffield band even invited Winehouse to support them at their Old Trafford shows in Manchester.

Now Arctic Monkeys have returned the favour, releasing their version of the singer's 'You Know I'm No Good'.

The track will feature on the second 'Radio 1 Live Lounge' album, based around sessions from Jo Whiley's radio show.

The album, out on October 22, will also feature Maximo Park playing The Proclaimers' 'I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)' and Biffy Clyro covering Rihanna's Number One single 'Umbrella'.

While the full tracklisting is yet to be confirmed, the album will also feature tracks from Kings Of Leon, The Gossip, Mark Ronson, Kasabian, Natasha Bedingfield and Calvin Harris.

Stay tuned to NME.COM for more information on this release.

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