July 13th, 2011 | 0 Comments
With the release of their fourth album, Suck It and See, Arctic Monkeys have proven themselves to no longer be a group of boys trying to play as loud and as fast as they can. All of the songs, except for “Library Pictures”, exposes a more calm, paired down version of the band than we’ve previously seen. This is brought about by a change in frontman Alex Turner’s songwriting, which has been apparent in previous projects where he strayed from the band. What this progression lacks in aggression, it makes up for in maturity, allure, and the usual creative lyrics.