The Followills also raise a glass to the capital's crowd at their sold-out show

Kings Of Leon paid tribute to late Jackass star Ryan Dunn during their set in London‘s Hyde Park this evening (June 22).

Frontman Caleb Followill asked the crowd in the capital’s park to raise their glasses to “a friend of ours who’s passed away”, adding that “this is for Ryan“, before the band performed ‘McFearless’.

Earlier in the day, bassist Jared Followill had tweeted on his Youngfollowill account: “I’m heartbroken to say that our great friend we made over the last 8 months has passed away. Honestly in shock. Devastated. RIP Ryan Dunn.”

Kings Of Leon played a hit-packed set at Hyde Park, including ‘Sex On Fire’ and ‘Molly’s Chambers’, drawing on all five of their albums – the band also found time for fan favourites such as ‘California Waiting’ and ‘Knocked Up’.

Caleb Followill seemed keen to get the crowd going, at one point asking: “Is everybody having a good time? I’m already drunk.”

Kings Of Leon played:

‘Four Kicks’
‘Taper Jean Girl’
‘Pistol Of Fire’
‘My Party’
‘The Immortals’
‘Molly’s Chambers’
‘On Call’
‘Back Down South’
‘The Bucket’
‘No Money’
‘California Waiting’
‘Knocked Up’
‘Sex On Fire’
‘Use Somebody’
‘Black Thumbnail’