Watch Watch Arctic Monkeys bring ‘One Point Perspective’ to the telly

Watch Arctic Monkeys bring ‘One Point Perspective’ to the telly!

The band played the new track on James Corden’s Late Late Show

When we checked in on Alex Turner a few months ago, he’d shaved off all his hair, but as we saw during Arctic Monkeys performance on James Corden’s Late Late Show last night, it all seems to have suspiciously grown back, hmm…

The band played ‘One Point Perspective’ from their new and divisive sixth album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ on the show, after previously appearing on the show several months ago to play ‘She Looks Like Fun’. Perhaps Alex’s ‘do is less down to Miracle-Gro and more thanks to a pre-recorded performance after all.

In other recent Monkeys news, the band have recently covered both The Strokes and The White Stripes live (because indie dreams really do come true!)

The band also recently held exhibitions in both London and Sheffield with long-time photographer Zackery Michael about the making of their newest album.

Watch the band’s performance of ‘One Point Perspective’ below.

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