The returning psychedelic rockers make their comeback in London - and they tell NME.COM they have "a point to prove"...

Music premiered four new songs at their NME AWARDS SHOW last night (February 4).

The returning psychedelic rockers triumphed at the London Astoria on a bill that also featured the first-ever show in the city from space-rockers The Open, as well as the The Zutons and The Engineers.

As well as wowing the sold-out crowd with well-worn tracks from their debut album, the Kippax crew premiered ‘Welcome To The North’, ‘One Way In, No Way Out’, ‘Cessation’ and ‘Into The Night’, which all demonstrate a louder, more expansive take on the band’s trademark psychedelic riff-rock.

Before the show, singer Robert Harvey told NME.COM: “(The new album is going) very well. It started slowly. We were just getting out of that tour thing, and we‘re back to being a band that’s got a point to prove. That’s the most important thing for us, and once we recognised that then the songs started to come. It’s a step forward.”

The band played:’The Dance’

’The People’



’Welcome To The North’

’Take The Long Road And Walk It’

’Into The Night’


’One Way In, No Way Out’

’The Truth Is No Words’

’Too High’


’Walls Get Smaller’

Music will now continue work on their second album, which should be out before the end of the year.