Welsh band performed albums 'Hours' and 'Casually Dressed & Deep In Conversation' in full at two London shows

Funeral For A Friend have played their final two shows after 15 years together as a band. Watch footage from their performances below.

The Welsh rock outfit concluded their ‘Last Chance To Dance’ tour with a pair of gigs at London’s O2 Forum in Kentish Town. The tour had previously stopped off in Cardiff, Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham.

As with elsewhere on their tour, the band played two different sets at their London gigs on Friday (May 20) and Saturday (May 21). The first gig saw them play 2005 album ‘Hours’ in full, while they played 2003 debut ‘Casually Dressed & Deep In Conversation’ on the second night. Both shows finished off with a greatest hits-style encore. See the setlists below.

During their final performances, the band (whose latest line-up featured only two original members) were joined by former drummer Ryan Richards and guitarist Darran Smith for brief cameos on ‘This Year’s Most Open Heartbreak’. Ex-bassist Gareth Davies, who served in the band from 2002-2008, did not appear at the last show.

During the last-ever gig, frontman Matthew Davies-Kreye thanked fans for “giving a single fuck” about the band.

Friday:
All The Rage
Streetcar
Roses for the Dead
Hospitality
Drive
Monsters
History
Recovery
The End of Nothing
Alvarez
Sonny

Encore:
I Am The Arsonist
Sixteen
Conduit
1%
Into Oblivion
Juneau
Escape Artists Never Die

Saturday:
Rookie of the Year
Bullet Theory
Juneau
Bend Your Arms To Look Like Wings
Escape Artists Never Die
Storytelling
Moments Forever Faded
She Drove Me to Daytime Television
Red Is The New Black
Your Revolution Is A Joke
Waking Up
Novella

Encore:
This Year’s Most Open Heartbreak
Kiss And Make Up
10 Scene Points To The Winner
You Want Romance
10:45 Amsterdam Conversations
The Art of American Football
Roses for The Dead
History