Arctic Monkeys reveal 'Suck It And See' studio footage – video

Watch the band put album opener 'She's Thunderstorms' together

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Arctic Monkeys have unveiled footage of them recording their new album 'Suck It And See' - watch it by clicking below.

In the video the band discuss the recording of their new album and in particular the LP's opener, 'She's Thunderstorms', which you can see them putting together in the clip. Frontman Alex Turner also reveals that much of the album was recorded using live takes and that he feels the band "took their time a lot more on this album."

The band also discuss the Los Angeles Sound City Studios where they recorded, remarking that they are pleased to be recording where Nirvana created 'Nevermind' and Slipknot also laid down tunes.

'Suck It And See' is released on June 6.

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