Arctic Monkeys announce new live album recorded at London’s Royal Albert Hall

As with the 2018 gig, all proceeds from the album will go to War Child

Arctic Monkeys are set to release a new live album this December – get all the details and watch its trailer below.

The album, out on December 4, was recorded at the band’s 2018 show at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

As with the gig itself, all proceeds from the release of the album will go to War Child, as the band explained in a series of tweets announcing the album.


“On June 7 2018 we played a special show at London’s Royal Albert Hall,” they wrote. “All proceeds from that night were donated to War Child in support of the vital work they do protecting, educating & rehabilitating children who have experienced the trauma of conflict and the horror of war.”

Watch the trailer for ‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ in the tweet below.

The band added: “The situation that was bad in 2018 is now desperate and those children and their families need our help more than ever.

“To enable War Child to reduce their funding deficit and continue their valuable work, we are releasing a live album, recorded on that evening. All proceeds will go direct to the charity.”


Pre-order Arctic Monkeys’ new live album, which comes in a variety of different formats including double heavyweight vinyl, a clear vinyl option, double CD, photobook and more, here.

See the tracklisting and artwork for the live album below.

Arctic Monkeys

1. Four Out Of Five
2. Brianstorm
3. Crying Lightning
4. Do I Wanna Know?
5. Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?
6. 505
7. One Point Perspective
8. Do Me A Favour
9. Cornerstone
10. Knee Socks
11. Arabella
12. Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino
13. She Looks Like Fun
14. From The Ritz To The Rubble
15. Pretty Visitors
16. Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair
17. I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor
18. Star Treatment
19. The View From The Afternoon
20. R U Mine?

Re-live Arctic Monkeys’ huge Royal Albert Hall show with NME‘s photos of the show here.

Earlier this month, rumours of new Arctic Monkeys material began surfacing after drummer Matt Helders was pictured in a recording studios.

Images posted on Instagram by the photographer Andreas Neumann show Helders sitting behind a drum kit in a Los Angeles studio, surrounded by a selection of keyboards and amplifiers.

Neumann offered little context for the photo, but eagle-eyed fans noticed that he also tagged Arctic Monkeys’ Instagram account in the snap – prompting speculation that they could be back in the studio.

Arctic Monkeys’ last album was 2018’s ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’, which NME called “a product of searingly intelligent design” in a four-star review.

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