So I'm sure we can guarantee you've all seen (and are probably practising) the infamous Robo-Crouch celebratory dance. Here at Mardy-Bum.com we were looking for an excuse to post about this historic milestone when suddenly... we didn't need to.
According to most of the English press, Crouch's Robot was inspired by Arctic Monkeys' 'I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor' and when he first performed the dance at the Beckhams' Pre-World Cup Party, it was during the song and more exact, to the line 'Dancing to electro-pop like a robot, from 1984'.
Since then, Crouch did the robot after he scored the winner for England against Hungary earlier this week and then did it the following day in front of the whole squad (and a someone called Prince Harry) whilst training.
Also, due to popular demand, we've uploaded the videos from MTV2's "Discover and Download" site. Some fans had problems downloading these videos so we've uploaded them to the site. However, the videos WILL need to acquire a license but that should be no problem.
Arctic Monkeys Play Secret Pub Gig With New Bassist
Arctic Monkeys last night played a 10 song, 40 minute set in front of a full 120 capacitated 'Old Blue Last' London pub.
The secret gig was to introduce new temporary bassist Nick O'Malley who (as reported earlier) will be gearing up to take the place of Andy, who is taking a well-deserved rest throughout the North American tour.
And as if we didn't already know, Turner confirmed during the gig that the band's summer single will be Leave Before The Lights Come On'.
He said: "We're going to play our new single for you now. It's straight out of the hit factory. This is our summer hit, watch out for it."
Reports suggest the band played well, and they apparently would have played on longer, had it not been for their demanding curfew.
The setlist ran:
'The View From the Afternoon'
'Still Take You Home'
'You Probably Couldn't See For The Lights But You Were Looking Straight At Me'
'Perhaps Vampires Is A Bit Strong But..'
'Cigarette Smoker Fiona'
'Leave Before the Lights Come On'
'I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor'
'Fake Tales Of San Francisco'
'A Certain Romance'
For various live versions of 'leave Before The Lights Come On', visit our Live Music Downloads page.