The first time I heard I bet you look good on the dancefloor I fell in love with The Arctic Monkeys. They sounded so fresh and exciting. This album captures the same excitement, but in a totally different way. Arctic Monkeys can definitely not be pigeon holed, this album draws influences from so many different genres and artists. It sounds dark and dirty in parts, like being in a smokey, sweaty club, filled with lust and sexual tension. Josh Homme is on hand again, and his influence can be felt, but this time guesting on the album. Pete Thomas and Bill Ryder-Jones also make guest appearances on AM.
Sounds like: Queens of The Stone Age, The Black
Keys, Miles Kane
Stand out Track: Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High