The Futureheads celebrate new album release at London gig

Crowd gets treated to new songs and old classics

The Futureheads celebrated the release of new album ‘This Is Not The World’ with a sold-out London show last night (May 29).

The band, whose third LP came out on Monday (May 29), played seven songs from the new record at Camden Electric Ballroom, including the two singles, ‘The Beginning Of The Twist’ and ‘Radio Heart’.

The four-piece also played a number of old favourites, including set opener ‘Decent Days And Nights’, ‘Skip To The End’ and their cover of Kate Bush‘s ‘Hounds Of Love’.

The Futureheads played:

‘Decent Days And Nights’

‘Broke Up The Time’

‘Meantime’

‘This Is Not The World’

‘A To B’

‘Think Tonight’

‘Skip To The End’

‘Radio Heart’

‘Area’

‘Everything Is Changing Today’

‘The Beginning Of The Twist’

‘Stupid And Shallow’

‘Hard To Bear’

‘Hounds Of Love’

‘He Knows’

‘Carnival Kids’

‘Manray’

‘Picture Of Dorian Gray’

‘Piece Of Crap’

The Futureheads play a number of UK festivals this summer, including Glastonbury and T In The Park.