Watch Richard Hawley in Arctic Monkeys’ video for new track ‘You And I’

You can watch the video for Arctic Monkeys' new track 'You And I' now by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking. The track, which features Richard Hawley, will appear as the B-Side to the band's forthcoming single 'Black Treacle', which is due for release on January 23. The single will be released on 7" and as a digital download. It is the latest track to be taken from last year's 'Suck It And See' album.

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You can watch the video for Arctic Monkeys‘ new track ‘You And I’ now by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The track, which features Richard Hawley, will appear as the B-Side to the band’s forthcoming single ‘Black Treacle’, which is due for release on January 23. The single will be released on 7″ and as a digital download. It is the latest track to be taken from last year’s ‘Suck It And See’ album.

The video is comprised of footage from the studio during the track’s recording and of the band riding motorbikes and vintage cars around the countryside.

The promo breaks from the band’s recent run of videos, which have all featured drummer Matt Helders portraying a knife brandishing escaped convict.

Arctic Monkeys, who have just completed an Australian tour, will play a small number of dates in Europe before undertaking a lengthy stint across the USA and Canada as support to The Black Keys on their US arena tour.

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