Arctic Monkeys reportedly record most recent album at Butley Priory, near Woodbridge, Suffolk
World-renowned rock band Arctic Monkeys have reportedly recorded their latest album at a popular Suffolk venue.
The four-piece reportedly spent a month at Butley Priory, near Woodbridge, earlier this summer recording their seventh studio album.
The announcement was reportedly made on the Butley Priory website.
The announcement said: “We've had a band staying for the last month recording an album.
"Musicians love the acoustics in the Great Hall and Drawing room, with their huge vaulted ceilings.
"Being serenaded while watering and weeding the garden, listening to the double bass, drums and piano wafting out of the open double doors, was pretty nice. Thank you Arctic Monkeys."
Butley Priory declined to comment on the reports, however a photo uploaded by Peter Harrison, head chef at the venue, on to his Instagram account showed him flanked by the four members of the band.
Arctic Monkeys formed in Sheffield in 2002.
Lead singer Alex Turner is also known for his work as one half of The Last Shadow Puppets.
Butley Priory was included on a 2016 Vogue list of the the most stunning Airbnb wedding venues around the world.