Arctic Monkeys to live stream their Paris show tonight (February 3)

Sheffield band will take to the stage at 8.15pm tonight in the French capital

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Arctic Monkeys will broadcast their sold out live show at Paris' Olympia venue tonight (February 3) live on the internet.

The show, which kicks off at 9.15pm (CET), which is 8.15pm in the UK, will be broadcast live and in full on the band's official website Arcticmonkeys.com.

The show is part of a small run of European dates the band will play before they undertake a lengthy stint across the USA and Canada as support to The Black Keys on their US arena tour.

The band released their latest single from their fourth album 'Suck It And See' earlier this month. 'Black Treacle', which is the fourth single from the album, features a new B-side, which is titled 'You And I'. The track features Richard Hawley on guest vocals and was released as part of the single package on Monday (January 23).

You can see the video for 'You And I' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

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Video: Arctic Monkeys feat. Richard Hawley - 'You & I'

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