On Friday and Saturday night (15 & 16 July) The Last Shadow Puppets wowed two lots of crowds during their triumphant London shows at Alexandra Palace, their biggest ever in the UK. Check out the amazing pictures from the dreamy evening with saw Turner and Kane at their most lurid and most spectacular.
Before they took to the stage, a French flag was illuminated on their backdrop to show solidarity with the victims of the Nice terror attack the day prior. When they arrived, Turner asked that the crowd "observe a minutes silence" to pay respects for the 84 killed which the crowd observed impeccably.
Following the tribute, the pair launched into the title track from 2008 debut album 'The Age Of The Understatement' for the gig's opener. A hearty roar to the chorus followed and the boys then played a further two songs from that album, 'Only The Truth' and 'Calm Like You', to round out a throwback trio of tracks.
Following the opening duets, Miles Kane took charge during 'Bad Habits' from 2016 album 'Everything You've Come To Expect' - the up-tempo glam rock stomper that received one of the biggest responses of the entire night.
During a Turner-led 'Used To Be My Girl' Turner placed a rose that had been pelted towards the stage by the crowd, between Kane's teeth during an electrifying solo. 'Aviation' followed with Kane and Turner backed by a string quartet throughout.
Away from his role as Arctic Monkeys frontman, Turner found time to solely focus on vocals on 'Dracula Teeth' and 'Sweet Dreams, TN' with the latter in particular providing the 10,000 crowd to croon along with the vocalist.
Crowd interaction was kept to a minimum with only the occasional 'thank you' being muttered from the stage to the baying crowd.
As showcased at their gig at Manchester's Castlefield Bowl, Miles Kane instigated a near riot during the show's heaviest moment, a cover of The Fall's 'Totally Wired' - which throughout he goaded the crowd to open mosh pits.
The duo followed up the cover with a three-song run of old material to close out the main part of the gig with 'Standing Next To Me', 'Meeting Place' and 'In My Room' arriving in quick succession before they left the stage.
The pair returned to the stage amid a flurry of heart-shaped confetti, which showered the crowd during encore opener and recent single 'Miracle Aligner'.
The pair closed the encore with a 'The Dream Synopsis' and a cover of David Bowie' 'Moonage Daydream'. The Arctic Monkeys and Miles Kane collaboration '505' from 2007 album 'Favourite Worst Nightmare' was originally teased, but was duly replaced with a tribute to the late singer, which saw Turner take lead vocals with ease. The cover was premiered at Glastonbury Festival last month and had become a set closer ever since in the following shows.