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Watch Arctic Monkeys play their first European show in nearly four years
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Arctic Monkeys played their first European show in nearly four years last night (May 22) as the band kicked off the latest leg of their world tour in Berlin – check out fan-shot footage from the gig below.

The gig also marked the first time that the Sheffield four-piece had performed a full live show since the release of their sixth album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’.

Kicking off their latest European tour at Columbiahalle in the German capital, Arctic Monkeys began their set yesterday evening with their most recent single, ‘Four Out Of Five’.

The likes of ‘She Looks Like Fun’, ‘One Point Perspective’ and ‘American Sports’ were also performed from the new record, while songs from their 2013 album ‘AM’ dominated the setlist – with ‘Snap Out Of It’ and ‘R U Mine’ closing proceedings. That finale also prompted a large mosh pit in the standing section – footage of which you can see below:

R U MINE #ArcticMonkeys pic.twitter.com/Cb1Y8a4prg

— Miss Hilton (@OwlPrincess84) May 22, 2018

You can see the setlist from last night below.

Arctic Monkeys played:

Four Out of Five Do I Wanna Know? Brianstorm Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High? 505 She Looks Like Fun (with Cameron Avery) The Hellcat Spangled Shalalala I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor Cornerstone One Point Perspective American Sports Arabella You’re So Dark Pretty Visitors Knee Socks One for the Road

Crying Lightning Snap Out of It R U Mine?

Over the weekend, a new interview with Alex Turner asked the frontman why he hadn’t decided to go solo yet – with Turner then reiterating his commitment to the band.

23/05/2018 10:04:50
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