Band Of Horses play biggest UK gig to date

Group headline at London Roundhouse

Band Of Horses played one of their biggest UK headlining shows so far last night (June 9).

The band, who have recently been supporting Pearl Jam in the US, stepped out under their own name to play London‘s Roundhouse.

Kicking off with a cover of Them Too‘s ‘I Am A Good Man’, the band played an epic set.

Though barely speaking throughout, the group were accompanied by a giant backdrop which changed between different scenic locations for each song.

Returning for their encore with a stripped-down version of ‘Evening Kitchen’, the band seemed moved by the crowd’s loud support and thanked the audience as they wrapped things up with ‘Base Song’, and a version of ‘Way Back Home’ that merged into ‘Neighbor’.

Band Of Horses played:

‘I Am A Good Man’
‘Blue Beard’
‘Compliments’
‘Cigarettes And Wedding Bands’
‘Marry Song’
‘Laredo’
‘Islands On The Coast
‘Great Salt Lake’
‘Older’
‘For Annabelle’
‘Is There A Ghost’
‘Weed Party’
‘Nw Apt’
‘No One’s Gonna Love You
‘Factory’
‘Dilly’
‘Monsters’
‘The First Song’
‘Funeral’
‘Wicked Gil’
‘General Specific’
‘Evening Kitchen’
‘Ode To LRC’
‘Detlef’
‘Base Song’
‘Way Back Home’
‘Neighbor’