Arctic Monkeys share Body Paint video

29 September 2022, 18:17 | Updated: 30 September 2022, 09:01

Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner appears in the band's Body Paint video
Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner appears in the band's Body Paint video. Picture: YouTube/Arctic Monkeys

By Jenny Mensah

The Sheffield rockers have shared the latest cut to come from their forthcoming studio album, The Car, which is set for release on 21st October.

Listen to this article

Loading audio...

Arctic Monkeys have released the next cut from their forthcoming seventh album.

Body Paint, is number five on the tracklisting for the LP, which is entitled The Car and set for release on 21st October 2022.

The band first debuted the song live during their gig at Brooklyn's King's Theatre last week and now they've shared the official version to be enjoyed in all its glory.

Watch the official video for Body Paint below:

Arctic Monkeys - Body Paint (Official Video)

Listen to the song live with Rich Wolfenden on Radio X tonight from 7pm.

READ MORE Arctic Monkeys reportedly signed to headline Glastonbury 2023

Arctic Monkeys
Arctic Monkeys have shared their Body Paint track. Picture: Zackery Michael

Body Paint follows the release of the The Car's lead single, There'd Better Be A Mirrorball, which was also given its live debut in Brooklyn last week.

The latest offering from the band comes ahead of their 2023 tour tickets going on sale this Friday.

Their UK and Irish dates, which includes two shows at Manchester Emirates Old Trafford, two shows at London's Emirates Stadium and two shows at Sheffield's Hillsborough Park, go on sale on Friday 30th September from 9am.

READ MORE: Arctic Monkeys' UK stadium tour dates: How to buy tickets

See Arctic Monkeys 2023 UK & Irish stadium dates:

  • Monday 29th May: Bristol - Ashton Gate Stadium
  • Wednesday 31st May: Coventry - Building Society Arena
  • Friday 2nd June: Manchester - Emirates Old Trafford
  • Saturday 3rd June: Manchester - Emirates Old Trafford *EXTRA DATE ADDED
  • Monday 5th June: Middlesbrough - Riverside Stadium
  • Wednesday 7th June: Norwich - Carrow Road Stadium
  • Friday 9th June: Sheffield - Hillsborough Park
  • Saturday 10th June: Sheffield - Hillsborough Park
  • Monday 12th June: Swansea - Swansea Stadium
  • Wednesday 14th June: Southampton - Ageas Bowl
  • Friday 16th June: London - Emirates Stadium
  • Saturday 17th June - London Emirates Stadium
  • Sunday 25th June - Glasgow Bellahouston Park

*Arctic Monkeys will also now play Dublin's Malahide Castle on Tuesday 20th June instead of Marlay Park.

READ MORE: Watch Alex Turner turn wedding singer at couple's big day

More on Arctic Monkeys

Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner in 2023

Arctic Monkeys open with Cornerstone for the first time ever at Middlesbrough show: Full setlist

Alex Turner at Glastonbury Festival 2013 with Arctic Monkey's AM album artowork inset

Why Arctic Monkeys' AM is their most important album

Arctic Monkeys outside their show at Glasgow's Carling Academy, 27 January 2006

These Arctic Monkeys photos make us nostalgic for the 00s

Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner performs at Radio X HQ

Watch Arctic Monkeys' epic acoustic version of Do I Wanna Know?

Arctic Monkeys in the early days

What did Arctic Monkeys play at their first gig?


Radio X Best Of British - see the Top 100

The original line-up of Oasis in November 1993: aul Arthurs aka Bonehead, Tony McCarroll, Liam Gallagher, Noel Gallagher, Paul McGuigan.

Live Forever by Oasis named Radio X Best Of British 2024

Nothing But Thieves: Soundcheck To Stage