Band play London's MacBeth venue

The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster played an intimate comeback show last night (April 29) at The MacBeth venue in London.

The Brighton rockers previewed much of new album ‘Blood And Fire’ at the gig. The album, their first in five years, is set for release ion May 17.

Frontman Guy McKnight spent much of the gig stomping on the bar and bursting through the crowd – while crowd members repeatedly crowd-surfed after leaping from the bar throughout the gig.

As well as songs from the new album the band played older favourites at the sold-out gig including ‘Mister Mental’, ‘Psychosis Safari’ and set-closer ‘Fishfingers’.

The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster played:

‘Monsieur Cutts’
‘Mister Mental’
‘Love Turns To Hate’
‘I Hate The Blues’
‘Homemade’
‘I Rejection’
‘Chicken’
‘Mission From God’
‘So Long, Goodnight’
‘Never Be The Same’
‘Man For All Seasons’
‘Psychosis Safari’
‘Under My Chin’
‘Riptin’
‘In The Garden’
‘Celebrate Your Mother’
‘Freud’s Black Muck’
‘Fishfingers’