Speaking minimally save for the occasional "thank you London," the Leicester group continued with'Processed Beats', 'Reason Is Treason' and a huge singalong of 'LSF' with lasers emitting from the stage. Singer Tom Meighan left the stage for 'Test Transmission', with guitarist Serge Pizzorno taking lead vocals, before the album continued to its climax, ending with 'Ovary Stripe' and 'U Boat'.
Breaking for 15 minutes the backdrop then changed to a pink countdown mirroring the current artwork for '48:13' which counted down to the band coming back on stage. Re-emerging to 'Bumblebee', the crowd were noticeably more active, starting mosh pits from the beginning. Following his recent run of slogan t shirts, Pizzorno had changed into a top bearing the phrase 'bin bag'.
'Fast Fuse' was next up, before 'Take A Bow' was dedicated to the singer's brother. 'Treat' was given a euphoric middle section as another countdown on the screen descended into a drop complete with laser show, while the band finished the main set with 'Goodbye Kiss' which Meighan labelled "a beautiful love song".
Oh, and here's Serge with Premier League footballer Peter Crouch. Why not.