The Cribs dedicate song to indie legend

The band's producer pal gets shout out at London gig

The Cribs dedicated ‘We Can No Longer Cheat You’ to Edwyn Collins tonight (May 29) at their gig at London‘s Astoria.

Collins produced the band’s 2005 album ‘The New Fellas’, and was present for the group’s celebratory gig after the Top 20 success of their Alex Kapranos-produced ‘Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever’ album.

Gary Jarman addressed the crowd by saying: “Are you alright there London? Are you sure?”

The Cribs played:

‘MTV’

‘Hey Scenesters!’

‘Our Bovine Public’

‘You’re Gonna Lose Us’

‘Girls Like Mystery’

‘I’m A Realist’

‘Moving Pictures’

‘I’m Alright Me’

‘I’ve Tried Everything’

‘Women’s Needs’

‘Martell’

‘Men’s Needs’

‘My Life Flashed Before My Eyes’

‘We Can Longer Cheat You’

‘Mirror Kisses’

‘Another Number’

‘Ancient History’

‘Shoot The Poets’

‘Wrong Way To Be’

The band will continue their UK next week in Bristol (June 5) before playing the Wireless[/a] and Glastonbury festivals.

The full line-up for this year’s Glastonbury is set to be announced this week (June 1), so stay tuned to NME.COM for info on who is playing.