Arctic Monkeys share short documentary film to mark end of ‘AM’ world tour

The clip features footage from the band's recent tour of South America

Arctic Monkeys have posted a short documentary video filmed during their recent tour of South America.

The film, which can be streamed below, sees Alex Turner and co performing ‘R U Mine?’ from their 2013 album ‘AM’ on what looks to be the last stint of that album cycle.

Watch the video, which also features behind-the-scenes footage, beneath.

Arctic Monkeys recently took to Twitter to alert fans of the “fraudulent promotion” of a gig that is not actually scheduled to take place.

Posters for a show supposedly taking place on February 28 in Malaysia have been made available, however the band have confirmed that the show is not actually happening. Posting on their Twitter page, the band wrote, “Following our show in Rio, there are no further live shows planned. Please disregard fraudulent promotions.” A poster for the fake gig was also posted alongside the announcement.

Arctic Monkeys played their final ‘AM’ show in Rio on November 15. The band have not yet stated when they plan to return to the live stage.

Meanwhile, Noel Gallagher recently criticised the way that Arctic Monkeys and Kasabian‘s success has not inspired a new wave of working class bands to follow in their footsteps. Gallagher said: “Arctic Monkeys and Kasabian, that’s ten years ago now and shame on those two bands for a start because they didn’t inspire anybody else. The working classes have not got a voice anymore, there doesn’t seem to be a noise coming from the council estates, you know what I mean?”