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Watch Miles Kane join Arctic Monkeys for first ‘505’ duet in five years

It's the first time Miles Kane has performed with the group since 2018.

By Nick Reilly

Alex Turner and Miles Kane at last night's show (Picture: YouTube)

Arctic Monkeys were joined by a special guest in the form of Miles Kane last night for a rendition of ‘505’ at the last of three dates in London.

The Emirates Stadium gig last night (June 18) marked the end of the longest run in one venue the band has ever performed, with Kane – Alex Turner’s Last Shadow Puppets bandmate – emerging late on to mark the occasion.

While previous shows on their current tour have leant on a similar setlist that includes ‘505’, last night’s appearance from Kane marked the first time he has performed the Favourite Worst Nightmare track with the band since 2018.

You can check out footage of their performance in full below.

Kane, who is gearing up to release his latest solo album One Man Band, has a long and storied relationship with the band that dates back to when they first toured together in 2005. Turner and Kane formed their Last Shadow Puppets side-project some two years later and released a debut album, before resurrecting the group for 2016’s Everything You’ve Come to Expect.

Next up, Arctic Monkeys will head to Dublin’s Marlay Park tomorrow (June 20), before heading to Glastonbury Festival for a headline date this Friday (June 23). Their final UK tour show will then come next Sunday (June 25) at Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park.