November 9, 2011 16:11

Arctic Monkeys remix Wet Nuns single 'Heaven Below' – listen

Drummer Matt Helders proffers his own take on track

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Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders has posted his remix of the Wet Nuns track 'Heaven Below' online.

Wet Nuns will release both the original track and the remix from the Sheffield band's sticksman via their official website Wetnuns.com on November 11. Both tracks are currently streaming on the band's SoundCloud account.

Last month, Arctic Monkeys posted the video for their new track 'Evil Twin' online. They debuted the song at a concert in St. Louis, North America in October before releasing it as the B-side to their last single 'Suck It And See', which was released on October 31.

The song is the third single to be taken from the band's fourth album, which also carries the same title. They released previous singles 'Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair' and 'The Hellcat Spangled Shalalala' earlier this year.

The band also recently admitted that they would let Miles Kane join them full-time if he asked. Turner – who makes up The Last Shadow Puppets with Kane – also revealed they had "thought about asking him [to join] a few times".

Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys are due to conclude their current UK tour this evening when they play at the Liverpool Echo Arena (November 9).


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