Watch Arctic Monkeys perform new song ‘Batphone’ live for the first time

Arctic Monkeys performed new song ‘Batphone’ live for the first time during their show at Zénith de Paris last night (May 29).

The track is taken from their latest album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’.

They also played ‘Do Me A Favour’ from 2007’s ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’ for the first time on this leg of the tour. Watch the performance of ‘Batphone’ below and see the full setlist from the show below that.

Full setlist:

Four Out of Five
Crying Lightning
Do I Wanna Know?
She Looks Like Fun
Do Me a Favour
Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?
Knee Socks
Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino
Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair
Pretty Visitors
I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor
One Point Perspective

The View From the Afternoon
R U Mine?

The band kicked off their latest European tour at Columbiahalle in Berlin last week (May 22), marking their first European show in almost four years.

Meanwhile, fans of the band have voiced their frustrations after tickets for the Royal Albert Hall show appeared on tout sites for £700.

The four-piece are set to play the iconic venue on June 7 to raise money for the charity War Child. Fans were invited to enter a ballot system, where successful applicants would receive a unique code that would enable them to try and purchase tickets.

Many later complained that the email they received contained a code that was blank and the website ‘didn’t even request a unique code when they went on sale’, making the ballot redundant. The band previously said that “tickets will be invalid if sold or purchased through non official re-sale partners”.