Alex Turner reveals Arctic Monkeys are in "no rush" to make a new album
Alex Turner has said that the Arctic Monkeys are in "no rush" to record again.
The singer, who has been touring with The Last Shadow Puppets for the duration of 2016, has told Radio X that though the band will record again there's no timetable in place for the follow-up to 2013's AM.
He said when asked if there were any plans for Arctic Monkeys to regroup and record in the near future: "No, there aren’t really, Not yet. But there will be at some point. I mean, we’ll see with that. No rush."
Turner also confirmed that he and Miles Kane will part as The Last Shadow Puppets at the end of the summer, adding: "The plan was to end [The Last Shadow Puppets] at the end of the summer, and I think we’ll stick to that."
The Last Shadow Puppets released their second album Everything You've Come To Expect at the beginning of April and you can preview and purchase it on the right-hand side of the page.