Arctic Monkeys' new album\u00a0Tranquility Hotel Base and Casino\u00a0arrives May 11. The follow-up to 2013's\u00a0AM\u00a0was\u00a0recorded in Los Angeles, where some of the Sheffield-based\u00a0band now live, and Paris. Frontman Alex Turner co-produced the album with James Ford\u00a0of Simian Mobile Disco, who's also\u00a0worked on previous Arctic Monkeys releases.\u00a0Here's everything we know ahead of\u00a0the new record, and it's going to be rather\u00a0short, because... There are no\u00a0singles Some weeks after\u00a0Casino's\u00a0announcement, we learned that Arctic Monkeys didn't intend to share any of it\u00a0prior to the official album release date.\u00a0They did recently debut four new songs live in San Diego\u2014you can watch fan-shot video of the performance here.\u00a0The audio quality isn't the best, though, so purists\u00a0may\u00a0prefer to wait for the proper release. There are 11 songs We do, however, know all the song\u00a0titles. The\u00a0track list in full: 1. "Star Treatment" 2. "One Point Perspective" 3. "American Sports" 4. "Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino" 5. "Golden Trunks" 6. "Four Out of Five" 7. "The World's First Ever Monster Truck Front Flip" 8. "Science Fiction" 9. "She Looks Like Fun" 10. "Batphone" 11. "The Ultracheese" Here's hoping\u00a0"The World's First Ever Monster Truck Front Flip" is a recording of exactly that. Alex Turner wrote the album on piano Turner wrote all the songs on the album, and rather than sitting down with a guitar as he typically has in the past, he began composing at his piano. That process helped\u00a0lead him into new\u00a0chord progressions and\u00a0some "jazzy turns," he told\u00a0Rolling Stone. As inspiration, Turner\u00a0cites\u00a0Serge Gainsbourg\u2019s classic concept album\u00a0Histoire de Melody Nelson and\u00a0Dion\u2019s Phil Spector-produced\u00a0Born to Be With You.\u00a0Turner\u00a0also provided Mojo magazine with a playlist of musical guiding lights, including Nina Simone, the Rolling Stones, Leon Russell, and the work of film composers like\u00a0Ennio Morricone, Fran\u00e7ois de Roubaix, and Nino Rota. (Don't go making\u00a0your own Spotify playlist, because the folks at\u00a0The\u00a0Independent\u00a0already did.) Alex Turner of @ArcticMonkeys reveals to @MOJOmagazine the tunes buzzing in his head around the writing and recording of Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino. More here: https:\/\/t.co\/qaaLr1TMhR pic.twitter.com\/liIktL3E9z \u2014 MOJO Magazine (@MOJOmagazine) April 24, 2018 The Tranquility Base is real...\u00a0small The album's namesake\u00a0hotel and casino complex doesn't actually exist\u2014unless you count the miniature Turner constructed with paperboard and X-Acto knives during long late-night\u00a0crafting sessions, as he told\u00a0Rolling Stone. He calls it "the lobby model," like the architectural dioramas\u00a0one might see in the lobby of a fancy building. The base of Turner's\u00a0model is a hexagon, with six sides to represent\u00a0his\u00a0band's\u00a0sixth album. It was photographed for the album trailer\u00a0and for the cover, which looks like this: They're on tour As noted, Arctic Monkeys are already touring behind the new record, and they'll be visiting North America, the U.K. and Ireland, and continental Europe\u00a0through the end of the year. A number of American dates have already sold out, but they've added some additional ones out West in October, and they'll also be appearing at several North American summer festivals: Lollapalooza, Firefly, Osheaga, and Austin City Limits.