The Minutes played their first official London headline show last night, at the Lexington.

It's fair to say it was a success. It was reckless because singer Mark spent about half of it in the audience pushing his nose up at the front rows faces and throwing guitars/mic's at them. And it was rollicking because every single song the Dublin-based trio played was QOTSA-pacey, and Jack White-bitey. They're a power trio, I guess, who've obviously taken a lot of tips from those guys, as well as the likes of Clapton, Thin Lizzy, The Who and Sabbath.

This is a rather ragged live video of them:

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And this is a much superior live recording from a gig a while back:

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