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Music News: Arctic Monkeys Album Release Date, Tour Dates

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Following closely on the success of Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not, the Arctic Monkeys have announced the release of their new album Favourite Worst Nightmare, which will be available internationally on April 23. The first song, “Brianstorm,” will come out on April 16, ensuring a build-up for CD sales. The new effort will feature the recording debut of bassist Nick O’Malley, who replaced founding member Andy Nicholson last year.

In an interview with Billboard, producer James Ford gave a blasé quote as to the feel of the album, saying "It's quite a bit heavier in some places – there's also some really nice songs on there. Some of the songs maybe [have] more depth to them. [It's] maybe not quite as instant as the first one." However, while “maybe” more depth and “some really nice” songs may seem like setting the bar too low for a band that has won a Grammy, Americans should remember that Ford is British.

    Track list:
    Teddy Picker
    D Is for Dangerous
    Fluorescent Adolescent
    Only Ones Who Know
    Do Me a Favour
    This House Is a Circus
    If You Were There, Beware
    The Bad Thing
    Old Yellow Bricks

The new material is set to be unveiled live for the first time on April 27 set at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, California, and will continue the run on a 15-date tour to support the alblum.

    Tour dates:
    April 27 – Coachella Valley Music Festival, Indio, Calif
    May 1 – Warfield Theatre, San Francisco
    May 2 – Roseland Theatre, Portland, Ore.
    May 3 – Showbox, Seattle
    May 4 – Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver
    May 7 – First Avenue, Minneapolis
    May 8 – Riviera Theatre, ChicagoMay 9 – Clutch Cargo's, Pontiac, Mich.
    May 11 – Kool Haus, Toronto
    May 12 – Theatre Olympia, Montreal
    May 13 – Avalon, Boston
    May 15 – Hammerstein Ballroom, New York
    May 16 – 9:30 Club, Washington, D.C.
    May 17 – Electric Factory, Philadelphia
    May 19 – The Tabernacle, Atlanta
    May 20 – Hard Rock Live, Orlando, Fla.

Keep a lookout for Arctic Monkeys updates on MySpace.

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