August 30, 2013 14:01

New Arctic Monkeys track 'Stop The World I Wanna Get Off With You' surfaces online – listen

Song is B-side to forthcoming single 'Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?'

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A new Arctic Monkeys track titled 'Stop The World I Wanna Get Off With You' has surfaced online – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.

The track, which will not appear on the Sheffield band's forthcoming fifth studio LP 'AM', will serve as the B-side to the single 'Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?', which is released on September 3.

'AM' is set for release on September 9 and also features the tracks 'R U Mine?' and 'Do I Wanna Know?'. Guests on the album include Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme and former member of The Coral, Bill Ryder-Jones. Turner previously claimed that there was a rap and hip-hop influence on the album, saying one song sounds like Dr Dre.

Later this year, Arctic Monkeys will embark on a nine-date UK tour including a homecoming gig at Sheffield's Motorpoint Arena. Starting in Newcastle at the Metro Radio Arena on October 22, the tour will then visit Manchester, London, Liverpool, Cardiff, Birmingham and Glasgow before ending with the Sheffield gig on November 2. The Strypes will support on all dates.

Arctic Monkeys will play:

Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (October 22)
Manchester Arena (23)
London Earls Court (25, 26)
Liverpool Echo Arena (28)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (29)
Birmingham LG Arena (31)
Glasgow Hydro Arena (November 1)
Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (2)


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