Arctic Monkeys‘ Austin City Limits episode is now available to stream in full – tune in below.
The Sheffield band performed a six-song show for the special broadcast, with the live rendition of ‘The Ultracheese‘ being unveiled earlier this week.
Now, after airing on US station PBS last night (January 19), the full show has appeared online.
Alex Turner and co. open the show with ‘Humbug’ single ‘Crying Lightning’, before airing ‘One Point Perspective’, ‘Knee Socks’, ‘The Ultracheese’, and ‘Star Treatment’. The gig ends with ‘AM’ highlight ‘R U Mine’.
Also appearing on the episode are Austin-based indie outfit, ‘Wild Child’. You can watch the full episode here.
The Monkeys’ long-standing director Ben Chappell used vintage handheld cameras to capture the performance, continuing the ’70s-inspired ‘Tranquility Base..’ aesthetic. Chappell has also helmed the group’s latest music videos – along with the mini-documentary Warp Speed Chic and their Live at the BBC special.
Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys’ divisive sixth LP ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ has recently been named the best-selling vinyl album of 2018. The band sold 38,000 of the record, which was also confirmed to be the fastest-selling vinyl of the last 25 years.
The drummer has also been speaking about his own upcoming solo record, saying he wants to “make a lot of music” first to justify its existence.
“I’ve got a little studio set up at home now that, when I’m there, I can commit some time to,” Helders said. “That’s basically old drum machines and synthesisers – a bit more electronic and a bit more like soundtrack-y, like a John Carpenter kind of thing.
“I think I’m getting to a point now in which the style has developed and what I want to do is more clear to me than it was before.”