Arctic Monkeys – The Past and Present of English Music Band

Posted on Tuesday, May 19, 2015

This English rock band was formed in the year 2002 in High Green which is a suburb of Sheffield. The band comprised a number of talented music artists. The lineup of music artists of the Arctic Monkeys includes Alex Turner as the lead vocalist, lead guitarist and rhythm guitarist followed by Jamie Cook as guitarist and rhythm guitarist, Nick O'Malley as the backing vocalist and bassist and Matt Helders as drummer and backing vocalist. Andy Nicholson was formerly the bassist and backing vocalist. He left the band in the year 2006 soon after having his debut album released.

So far, the musical band has released five studio albums and including Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not released in the year 2006 followed by Favorite Worst Nightmare released in 2007, Humbug in 2009, Suck It and See in the year 2011 and AM in 2013. The band has won plenty of awards so far including the seven prestigious Brit Awards. The Arctic Monkeys were heralded as the first bands who got the attention of music fans and public through the internet. They began rehearsing at Yellow Arch studios in Neepsend and started to play its first gig on the 13th of June 2003 at The Grapes in Sheffield City Center.

After just a few performances in the year 2003, the Arctic Monkeys started recording record demos at 2fly studios. Soon they caught the attention of music fans around the region and became popular across the music industry. The tickets to the Arctic Monkeys concerts can be purchased online via If you are seeking tickets at discount prices, get online and book your tickets in advance. We offer 100% guaranteed tickets at rates that are beyond your expectations. So book online today!