Watch video from tonight's (18th) Arctic Monkeys concert in Prague to see them perform "That's Where You're Wrong" for the first time in almost ten years.
Towards the end of their performance, the Sheffield band—who is currently on their first tour since the coronavirus pandemic—gave fans a performance of the song "Suck It And See" (2011). The group last performed the song live in May 2013.
The group performed 'Potion Approaching' for the first time since 2011 at their comeback show in Istanbul, and they continued to play crowd favorites tonight with the tour debut of 'Four Out Of Five' on the setlist.
Check out the setlist and fan-shot footage of "That’s Where You’re Wrong" below:
Meanwhile, the band’s drummer Matt Helders recently spoke about the band’s upcoming new album, saying that musically it “picks up where ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ left off”.
The Sheffield four-piece have yet to officially announce the follow-up to their May 2018 album but new music from the band is expected to arrive this year given that the band are now out on tour.
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