Turns out Arctic Monkeys dont just look good on the dancefloor – they do good, as well.
The Sheffield rockers have just announced theyre playing a one-off charity gig in aid of War Child UK.
Its on at the Royal Albert Hall in West London on June 7, a whole three months before their main tour begins.
But how can you get tickets for the charity concert? Are they expensive?
Tickets for the show are only available through a public ballot (costing £2 per entry, going to the charity) which opens at 10am on Wednesday, May 16.
It closes at until 8pm on Sunday 20 May. You can enter the ballot here.
Those notified on 21 May will be given 24 hours to purchase the tickets for the concert taking place on 7 June.
Tickets are limited to two per person and start from £45.
The tickets for the bands tour sold out in a hot minute so dont get your hopes up about the likelihood of getting a ticket.
But its definitely worth entering the ballot considering where the money goes – a charity that helps rehabilitate children affected by the horrors of war.
Meanwhile fans have been listening and responding to the new Arctic Monkeys album, Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino.
The new sound has left some fans cold but all critics have applauded the artistry thats gone into it.