Turner penned much of the band's new album Suck It and See in Brooklyn, New York, where he shares a residence with girlfriend Alexa Chung, but claimed that he prefers England to the US.
"I did live in America for a minute. But we've pretty much moved back to England now," Turner revealed to Metro.
"Thing is, if anything, I think I get more English when I spend time in America. I wrote a lot of the new album while I was living in New York and I found myself using more English colloquialisms than ever."
Turner acknowledged that his Northern accent is what makes the band so distinct, but revealed that he used to attempt an American accent when singing.
"Like most English people, the first time I got in front of a microphone, my voice strayed to the other side of the pond," he revealed. "It took a while before I got the confidence to sing in my own accent and write songs in my own voice."
Turner recently said that he doesn't mind the Arctic Monkeys being compared to Oasis and sees it as a compliment.
The band released their fourth studio album Suck It and See this week in both the US and the UK.
The Arctic Monkeys are currently in the midst of a 13-date tour around the US.
Watch the music video for 'Don't Sit Down Cause I've Moved Your Chair' below: