Primal Scream continued their winter tour with a packed-out show at the O2 Academy Brixton on Thursday night (December 11).
They opened the gig with a host of tracks from this year's 'More Light' album.
Bobby and co. began their set with 'More Light' track '2013' – complete with brass section – followed by 'Hit Void'.
The band then continued with 'Jailbird' and an aggressive 'Shoot Speed/Kill Light'. They followed this with fellow-'XTRMNTR' favourite 'Accelerator'.
The end of the set was a greatest hits selection, including 'It's Alright, It's OK', a rave-fuelled 'Swastika Eyes', 'Riot City Blues' favourite 'Country Girl' and a stomping finale of 'Rocks'.
With the crowd cheering for their return, Gillespie and co then re-took to the stage for a 'Screamadelica'-packed encore which started with 'Loaded'.
They rounded off the show with an extended version of 'Come Together' complete with audience singalong and 'Movin' On Up'.
Following the gig, the crowd were in positive spirits, with David, 28, from south London saying that Gillespie was, "a complete icon. Even the stuff they played earlier in the night that I didn't really know sounded amazing".
Primal Scream continue their tour on Saturday (December 14) at Glasgow's SECC, before finishing on Sunday (15) at Manchester Academy.
During their current UK tour NME will be following Primal Scream on the road, and documenting it all on a Nokia Lumia 1020 Windows Phone, allowing NME.com readers the opportunity to see the band like they never have before.