Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders says the band's fourth album, 'Suck It And See', will be more ''poppy'' than their last LP 'Humbug'.
Arctic Moneys' new album will be "more poppy" than their last.
The group will release 'Suck It And See' on June 6 and drummer Matt Helders has promised the 12-track record will be more accessible than their last effort, 2009's 'Humbug'.
He said: "Some of the songs are a bit more instant. A bit more poppy, certainly than 'Humbug' was.
"It's enjoyable for us and the listener. And it's maybe a bit more easy going. Not easy listening, but with a few poppier tunes. But in an interesting way."
The 'Brianstorm' rocker - who is joined in the band by frontman Alex Turner, guitarist Jamie Cook and bassist Nick O'Malley - also revealed before going into the studio, the band had a more clear direction of how they wanted the record to sound than they did when they began working on 'Humbug'.
He added to NME magazine: "With 'Humbug' we recorded 25 songs and narrowed it down afterwards. This time we had a clear idea of where we were going before we even went to the studio."