Arctic Monkeys have announced a livestream of their recent Brooklyn performance this weekend

The live footage will air via Youtube from this Sunday, October 23rd, at 8pm BST.

Arctic Monkeys have announced that they will be streaming a live performance from Brooklyn on YouTube this weekend.

The news follows the release of the Sheffield rockers’ seventh studio album, ‘The Car’, which arrived today, October 21st, via Domino Recording Co.

The 45-minute live show will be available on YouTube from this Sunday, 23rd October, at 8pm BST. The footage was captured in New York, at Brooklyn’s historic Kings Theatre, on the 22nd of September, with the performance being directed by Ben Chappell and Zackery Michael.

Footage from the show has already been shared as the official video accompaniment for album single, ‘I Ain’t Quite Where I Think I Am’, which was the third track to be released from the album, following ‘There’d Better Be a Mirrorball’ and ‘Body Paint’.

You can tune into Arctic Monkeys‘ live stream below:

You can listen to ‘The Carhere – the full tracklist reads as below:

1. There’d Better Be A Mirrorball
2. I Ain’t Quite Where I Think I Am
3. Sculptures Of Anything Goes
4. Jet Skis On The Moat
5. Body Paint
6. The Car
7. Big Ideas
8. Hello You
9. Mr Schwartz
10. Perfect Sense

Dork’s 4-star review of the album (which you can read in full here) described it as, “yet another example of how much the band evolve between each release, without jettisoning everything that came before.”

Arctic Monkeys have recently announced huge tour legs for the UKEU and North America – full dates and tickets are available here.

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