Arctic Monkeys to release live DVD

Concert film will get cinema run before its release

Arctic Monkeys are set to release a live DVD, ‘Arctic Monkeys At The Apollo’, on November 3.

The DVD was filmed at the Sheffield band’s gig at the Manchester Apollo on December 17 last year, the last date of their world tour.

It is directed by ‘The Mighty Boosh’ and ‘The IT Crowd’ actor Richard Ayoade, who has also directed music videos for Vampire Weekend.


The film will be screened in various Vue and independent cinemas across the UK on October 14 – see for cinema listings and ticket details.

The setlist for ‘Arctic Monkeys At The Apollo is:


‘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’


‘D Is For Danger’

‘Leave Before The Lights Come On’

‘Fluorescent Adolescent’

‘Still Take You Home’

‘Da Frame 2R’

‘Plastic Tramp’


‘Do Me A Favour’

‘A Certain Romance’

‘The View From The Afternoon’

‘If You Were There, Beware’

See next week’s NME, out September 17, for an exclusive interview with the band about the film, DVD release and cinema run.