Queens Of The Stone Age to live stream Los Angeles show on May 23

Listen to all of '...Like Clockwork' live from The Wiltern later this week

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Queens Of The Stone Age will be live streaming their gig at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on May 23.

The band will be performing their forthcoming new album '…Like Clockwork' in full, before playing a selection of classic material at the show, which is their first North American performance of the year, following an appearance at Lollapalooza Brazil this spring.

The sold-out concert will be streaming via NPR at 8pm [PT] on May 23 or 4am [BST] on May 24.

Queens Of The Stone Age have compiled all of their recent animated videos into a 15-minute promo for '…Like Clockwork'. Click below to watch the video, which starts with the previously released clip for 'I Appear Missing' before segueing into 'Kalopsia', 'Keep Your Eyes Peeled' and 'If I Had A Tail', finishing up with 'My God Is The Sun', which was the very first track to be revealed from the band's sixth album, after being played live at Lollapalooza Brazil in March.

All the videos feature artwork by UK artist Boneface and animation from Liam Brazier. '...Like Clockwork' is due out on June 3. The album is made up of 10 tracks and was produced by frontman Josh Homme and the band at Pink Duck in Burbank, California. It was recorded by Mark Rankin with additional engineering by Justin Smith. It contains a list of guest stars, including Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner, Dave Grohl, Elton John, Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor and Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters.

The band's only confirmed live UK date this year is at Download Festival (June 14-16) at Donington Park. Pick up this week's issue of NME for a Queens Of The Stone Age exclusive. In it, find out how Josh Homme came back from the dead.

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