Arctic Monkeys team up with Richard Hawley

Duet with Alex Turner to feature on 'Teddy Picker' single

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Arctic Monkeys have teamed up with Richard Hawley for a duet.

They have recorded a version of ’Bad Woman’, a cover of Pat Farrell And The Believers' 1969 track.

It will feature as a B-side on their forthcoming single ’Teddy Picker’, which is released on December 3.

The track will be released on seven-inch, ten-inch, CD and as a download, and the CD and ten-inch will feature the new tracks ’Nettles’ and ’The Death Ramps’.

Arctic Monkeys will play the following dates:

London Alexandra Palace (December 8,9)
Manchester Central (11, 12)
Aberdeen AECC (14, 15)


To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now.

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