Arctic Monkeys’ exhibition photos now available to buy from their online store

Feast your eyes...

Photographs of the Arctic Monkeys taken during the making of their latest album and their subsequent tour are now available to buy.

The previously unseen pictures, captured by Zackery Michael, were displayed at the band’s recent London and Sheffield shows in promotion of ‘Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino’.


Prints are priced at £175 each except for a limited edition postcard for £15.

One of the pictures shows frontman Alex Turner inspecting a model of the fictional moon-based hotel that is seen on the album cover for their latest record.

Photographer Michael said in a press release: “They are more than the Arctic Monkeys to me. These four gentlemen from Yorkshire are my friends.

“The images exhibited are a very honest portrayal of that friendship.”

During the exhibition at the London and Sheffield gigs the band signed some of the photographs and auctioned them off to raise money for charity Centrepoint, which supports homeless 16-25-year-olds.




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