Arctic Monkeys have revealed the artwork for their eagerly anticipated second album â€˜Favourite Worst Nightmare.â€™
As you can see the cover is simply of a terraced house at night with all kinds of psychedelic stuff going on through the windows. It also features the bandâ€™s new chunky text.
As Gigwise told you first, the album artwork was shot on a housing estate in Garston, Liverpool in January with the band in tow.
Liverpool designers Juno, who also did the artwork for the first LP, spent a week gutting three unoccupied houses from the estate, before moving a team of spray artists to paint the interiors.
Junoâ€™s PR manager Gemma Germains told us at the time: â€œThey (Arctic Monkeys) were really impressed and chuffed with the houses, which we were obviously very pleased with. Itâ€™s been a big job!â€
She continued: â€œThe band behaved impeccably as always. They hung out with the kids, signing guitars and stuff and having cups of tea with the neighbours.â€
Itâ€™s a far cry from their first album which featured their close mate Chris McClure looking a bit worse for wear and smoking a cigarette.
Arctic Monkeys release their new single â€˜Brianstormâ€™ on April 16, with the album following a week later.