Arctic Monkeys have shared a brand new video taking fans behind the scenes and on the stage of their most recent show in Mexico City. The gig was one of the final stops on the Sheffield band’s latest world tour.

The video is directed by Ben Chappell, sees the band performing to a mammoth crowd at Mexico City’s Foro Sol Stadium on March 24, 2019. As well as the shots of the band on stage the video also offers a candid view of Alex Turner and co letting loose backstage after the show.

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Live footage of songs ‘The Ultracheese’, ‘Cornerstone’, and ‘Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino’ are all featured on the new video. The huge tour ended with the band’s performance at Colombia’s Estéreo Picnic 2019 on April 7.

Davey Latter, the band’s drum tech took to social media to announce the end of the album’s tour and hinted that there would not be any new gigs until a new record comes out. “It’s been a great year. 90 shows. Until next time,” he wrote in one post on his page. In his story, he added: “90 shows. Farewell. Until next record.”

Watch the video for Arctic Monkeys’ performance in Mexico City.

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