Alex Turner performing at Glastonbury on a blue background with a yellow glow

How well do you know the Arctic Monkeys?

Hey Mardy Bum! Think you know everything there is to know about the Arctic Monkeys? Then it’s time to test your knowledge on the four-piece rock band. Do you reckon you can beat your friends?

Question 1 out of 10:

Who is the lead singer in the Arctic Monkeys?

Arctic Monkeys frontman performing a gig
Question 2 out of 10:

What was the band’s first album called?

A record on a turntable
Question 3 out of 10:

Which city are the band originally from?

Photo of outer space
Question 4 out of 10:

Do you know the drummer’s name?

Drummer from the Arctic Monkeys performing
Question 5 out of 10:

Which famous poet wrote the original version of their song I Wanna Be Yours?

Pen writing on a notepad
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Have you heard of the V&A Museum (or Young V&A)?

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I found out today 19%

I already knew about it 26%

Nope, it’s new to me 27%

Not really sure what that is 29%

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Question 6 out of 10:

Which song did the band end their Glastonbury headline set on in 2023?

Alex Turner performing at Glastonbury
Question 7 out of 10:

Which of these is NOT an early Arctic Monkeys song?

Arctic Monkeys from left, Alex Turner, vocals, Matt Helders, drums, Jamie Cook, guitar, and Andy Nicholson, bass.
Question 8 out of 10:

Which of these lyrics is the first line from the band’s song Do I Wanna Know?

Arctic Monkeys during European Tour 2023 Rock in Roma 2023
Question 9 out of 10:

Okay, tricky one! Which band does Alex say that he wants to be part of in the Monkey’s 2018 song, Star Treatment?

Question 10 out of 10:

Which funky accessory do the band sing about in the latest album?

Leopard print and snakeskin boots

Are you ready to get your results?

Customised blue and white adidas trainers, with comical stick on eyes, nose and teeth dancing back and forth. 

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