Arctic Monkeys will release "AM," their fifth full-length and first since 2011's "Suck It and See," on Sept. 10 through Domino.
The album will feature contributions from Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, who co-produced the group's 2009 album "Humbug." Bill-Ryder Jones and drummer Pete Thomas are also on board, while punk poet John Cooper Clarke will appear on the closer "I Wanna Be Yours."
Last week, the band unveiled a video for lead single "Do I Wanna Know," while "R U Mine?," which was released in early 2012 and performed on the group's tour with the Black Keys last year, will also appear on the album.
Arctic Monkeys has announced a slew of overseas shows for this summer and fall, including stops at festivals like Inmusic, Glastonbury and Benicassim. Check out all the dates below:
June 25: Zagreb, Croatia - Inmusic Festival
June 28: Somerset, England - Glastonbury Festival
July 4: Gdynia, Poland - Open’er Festival
July 6: Moscow, Russia - Subbotnik Festival
July 10: Rome, Italy - Rock In Roma
July 11: Ferrara, Italy - Piazza Castello
July 13: Wiesen, Austria - Harvest of Art Festival
July 15: Carcassonne, France - Festival de la Cite
July 16: Six Fours, France - Les Voix Du Gaou
July 18: Alcantara, Portugal - Super Bock Super Rock
July 20: Benicassim, Spain - Benicassim Festival
July 22: Vienne, France - Arenes de Vienne
July 24: Nyon, Switzerland - Paleo Festival
August 30: Zurich, Switzerland - Zurich Openair
September 1: Stradbally, Ireland - Electric Picnic Festival
September 21: Atlanta, GA - Music Midtown Festival
October 13: Mexico City, Mexico - Corona Capital Festival
November 7: Paris, France - Zenith
November 9: Brussels, Belgium - The Forest National
November 13: Milan, Italy - Mediolanum Forum