Arctic Monkeys to release 'Snap Out Of It' as next single

Sixth single from 'AM' confirmed

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Arctic Monkeys will release 'Snap Out Of It' as their next single, it has been confirmed.

It was revealed earlier today (May 5) that the song will be the latest taken from the band's fourth album, 'AM.' It follows 'R U Mine?', 'Do I Wanna Know?', 'Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?', 'One for the Road' and 'Arabella' on the list of songs released as singles from the hugely successful record.

'Snap Out Of it' will be released on June 9, shortly after Arctic Monkeys headline two huge live shows at London's Finsbury Park. The band will play on Friday May 23 and Saturday May 24, with support to come from Tame Impala, Miles Kane and Royal Blood. Details of b-sides of a video for 'Snap Out Of It' are yet to be announced.

Later this year Arctic Monkeys will headline the Main Stage at Reading and Leeds, their first time performing at the festival since they topped the bill five years ago. Appearing as an England and Wales festival exclusive, the band will appear at both sites at the August 22-24 festival.

The band will also headline T In The Park in Scotland as well as a number of European festivals.

To check the availability of Reading tickets click here and for Leeds tickets click here now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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