Images of the group reunited in their hometown surfaced online overnight
Sheffield rockers Arctic Monkeys are reuniting to work on a new album.
The news is reported to have been confirmed by frontman Alex Turner after images capturing the quartet together in Sheffield surfaced online.
BBC filmmaker Shamir Masri tweeted a message suggesting they were back in the city with the intention of penning a sixth record – their first since 2013 chart-topper AM.
Rumours surrounding album number six have been rife since the summer with reports claiming they were already back in the studio.
Turner, after performing as part of The Last Shadow Puppets at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, remained coy when questioned on the subject, simply stating that there was “no rush.”
Arctic Monkeys went on hiatus after a year-long tour with album AM which became their fifth consecutive number one record in 2013.
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