Arctic Monkeys premiere DVD with London screening

Band hit the red carpet for 'Live At The Apollo'

Arctic Monkeys premiered their new DVD with a London cinema screening last night (October 8).

The band all attended the showcase at the Rex Cinema near Leicester Square along with ‘Live At The Apollo’‘s director Richard Ayoade.

Holding their first ever press conference beforehand about the release, the band then held a screening for “friends and family” at the 75-seat cinema.

Shot in a unique style that focuses squarely on the band and their onstage interactions, the DVD was recorded at band’s show at the Manchester Apollo last December and features the following tracklisting:

‘Brianstorm’

‘This House Is A Circus’

‘Teddy Picker’

‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’

‘Dancing Shoes’

‘From The Ritz To The Rubble’

‘Fake Tales Of San Francisco’

‘When the Sun Goes Down’

‘Nettles’

‘D Is For Dangerous’

‘Leave Before The Lights Come On’

‘Fluorescent Adolescent’

‘Still Take You Home’

‘Da Frame 2R’

‘Plastic Tramp’

‘505’

‘Do Me A Favour’

‘A Certain Romance’

‘The View From The Afternoon’

‘If You Were There, Beware’

‘Live At The Apollo’ is released on November 3 as a standard DVD and in a boxset edition which features a live vinyl album recorded in Texas.

The Arctic Monkeys’ film is also set for a limited cinema run across the UK starting on October 14. See Arcticmonkeys.com for full details.