For Arctic Monkey’s new clip for “Arabella,” off their latest album AM, the band is getting a little seedy, taking us behind the closed doors of one woman’s very busy bedroom.
Currently in the spotlight for his exuberant acceptance speech at this year’s BRIT Awards, Arctic Monkeys’ frontman Alex Turner talked to Radio.com about the process behind the band’s latest full-length release.
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The sharp black and white clip was directed by Focus Creeps, who worked with the Arctic Monkeys on the conceptual clip for their 2011 song, “Suck It and See.”