There’s a petition calling for an Arctic Monkeys BBC special
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A new petition is calling on the BBC to commission an Arctic Monkeys live concert special.

The Beeb’s At The BBC live specials have seen artists ranging from Adele and Sam Smith to Harry Styles and U2 performing in front of a studio audience.

Following the announcement of Arctic Monkeys’ new album, a fan of the Sheffield band has started a petition in an attempt to wish Arctic Monkeys at the BBC into fruition.

“With the release of Arctic Monkeys’ sixth album approaching, it’s time for the BBC to celebrate one of the finest British bands of the 21st century at their peak in a one-hour television special,” the petition reads.

“After recent BBC shows focusing on Sam Smith and U2, the format would be the perfect opportunity to showcase Arctic Monkeys and the top quality British songwriting of Alex Turner to a national audience.”

So far, 987 people have signed the petition (correct at the time of publishing). You can sign it here.

Drummer Matt Helders’ father has also voiced his support for the petition (see below).

NME has approached the BBC for a response.

Arctic Monkeys’ sixth album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ is due for release on May 11.

The band recently added new dates to their UK and Ireland tour, which is scheduled to run through September.

13/04/2018 18:49:13
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