Watch Watch Arctic Monkeys bring alternate version of ‘A Certain Romance’ to final Sheffield show

Arctic Monkeys by Louise Mason

The band are also auctioning off prints from their art exhibition in aid of a youth homelessness charity.

Arctic Monkeys finished their four-night stint in Sheffield on Saturday night (22nd September), and dusted off a very special oldie to mark the occasion.

The band played a special, low-key version of debut album closer ‘A Certain Romance’ at the Sheffield Arena.

The band’s UK and Irish arena tour continues tonight (24th September) in Dublin, where they play two shows, before finishing later this week with two dates at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle.

The band have also announced a charity auction for prints that featured in their recent art exhibition.

All the proceeds from the auction will go to youth homelessness charity Centrepoint.

Get all the details on the auction here, and watch the band bring ‘A Certain Romance’ to their hometown below, along with their remaining UK and Irish tour dates.

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