The rockers show their sensitive side at the Camden Underworld - but plug in again later on...

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, played their smallest UK date for 18 months last night (3 February) at the LONDON CAMDEN UNDERWORLD.

In front of just 150 people Robert Hayes and Peter Turner played a short acoustic set which climaxed with a riveting version of ‘Love Burns’.

Then they plugged in and played the highlights of their two albums. Highlights included ‘Whatever Happened To My Rock ‘N’ Roll (Punk Song)’, ‘Stop’, ‘Spread Your Love’, ‘As Sure As The Sun’ and ‘We’re All In Love’.

In a hectic week for the band they play a sold out show at the London Garage (February 4), and an NME Awards Show at Brixton Academy (February 6) supported by Cooper Temple Clause and Kasabian.

The dates of the tour are:

London Garage (February 4)

London Brixton Academy (6)

Brighton Dome (7)

Cambridge Corn Exchange (9)

Southampton Guildhall (10)

Liverpool University Academy (11)

Glasgow Carling Academy (12)

Leeds Blank Canvas (13, 14)

Dublin Ambassador Hall (16)

Belfast Mandela Hall (17)

Middlesborough Empire (19)

Preston The Mill (20)

Sheffield Leadmill (21)

For ticket availability, [url=]click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.