The indie rock act reportedly have begun the work for their new LP tapping their latest album's producer to work with them again on the new record.
After dropping their sophomore effort "Favourite Worst Nightmare", British indie rock band Arctic Monkeys have now geared up to put out the follow up for the latest LP. To help them finish their upcoming set, the band have asked the assistant of James Ford, who also worked with the band on their second LP, to produce their new record.
Confirming about the news, James explained to the press about the new album plans and also suggested that the work is still at an infant stage saying, "It's too early to say what sort of direction they'll go in next." But the producer also confirmed that the band have already gotten one song finished. "But they've got at least one tune up their sleeves that sounds massive already," he said.
Moreover, James also revealed that the band's new album would sound different from their previous and it could even have an R 'n' B vibe on it. "It's much more psychedelic than the first album. I wouldn't rule out a bit of R&B either- the boys know their stuff," John said.
Before preparing to drop their new record, the rockers have dropped two studio albums. Before releasing "Favourite Worst Nightmare" in 2007, they have spawned "Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I Am Not" in 2006.