Though they only recently made the move to arenas in the U.S., the members of the Kings of Leon have been playing large rooms overseas for years. So it makes sense that the Nashville-based group’s first DVD will document a performance at London’s O2 arena. Produced by Emer Patten and directed by Nick Wickham, the live document captures the group’s June 30, 2009 show in front of 18,000. The gig was part of a sold-out, three-night run in the large room. The DVD features a mix of songs, ranging from older favorites like “Slow Night, So Long” to new singles such as “Sex on Fire.”
Kings of Leon: Live At The O2 London, England will hit stores on November 10, while a Blu Ray version of the concert will be released on November 24.