Arctic Monkeys perform rousing New York show

Sheffield's finest play to a star-studded crowd

Arctic Monkeys performed a rousing 20-song, sold-out performance in New York last night.

Taking to the stage at the city’s 3,000 capacity Hammerstein Ballroom, the band performed a string of hits from both their albums – their 2006 debut ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’ and new record ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’.

“Nice to see you’re on your feet already,” Alex Turner told crowd in the balcony section as they ditched their seats to dance for the entire show.

Watched by a crowd that included The StrokesNick Valensi, Nikolai Fraiture and Albert Hammond Jr, We Are Scientists, Amanda de Cadenet and Regina Spektor, the band played a blistering set.

Arctic Monkeys played:

‘If You Found This It’s Probably Too Late’

‘Brianstorm’

‘Still Take You Home’

‘Dancing Shoes’

‘From The Ritz To The Rubble’

‘Balaclava’

‘Fake Tales Of San Francisco’

‘You Probably Couldn’t See For The Lights But You Were Staring Straight At Me’

‘Teddy Picker’

‘D Is for Dangerous’

‘This House Is A Circus’

‘Old Yellow Bricks’

‘If You Were There, Beware’

‘The View From the Afternoon’

‘Fluorescent Adolescent’

‘Do Me A Favour’

‘When The Sun Goes Down’

‘Leave Before the Lights Come On’

‘A Certain Romance’

–By our New York staff.

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