Hurts onstage at the Manchester Academy, April 28. The Radar Tour, also featuring Darwin Deez and Everything Everything, is still underway - get tickets for remaining dates here.
Hurts recently unveiled the video to their new single, 'Better Than Love', which you can watch at NME.COM/video. Here they are onstage at the Preston 53 Degrees, April 27.
Everything Everything onstage in Manchester. Watch a video interview with the band at NME.COM/video.
The Manchester Academy crowd goes wild. The latest gossip from the tour is that Hurts are making their bandmates green with envy thanks to their giant tourbus. "If they give us a go in it we won't be happy," explains Everything Everything frontman Jonathan.
Darwin Deez loiters near his own merchandise stand. The curly-haired singer was spotted backstage perfecting his dance routines to the Simpsons song 'Do The Bartman', and Beyonce's '(Single Ladies) Put A Ring On It', both of which he performed onstage at the Glasgow leg of the tour.
Darwin Deez onstage at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, April 26. On his rider? Kombucha. It's a health drink, apparently.
Darwin Deez busts some moves onstage in Preston. His setlist included 'Constellations', 'Bed Space' and single 'Radar Detector'.
More Darwin Deez daftness, this time in Manchester.
And here he is again, clowning around backstage in Preston.
Our man Darwin gets down the front for Everything Everything's performance in Preston.
Everything Everything onstage in Preston, April 27.
Despite the jealous comments of their tourmates, Hurts insist they're worthy of their big-budget tourbus. "In our previous band we had a small car for five people and our equipment, so I really think we deserve a bit of luxury," says Theo Hutchcraft. "It shows the hard work we have put in."
Audience members at the Manchester Academy make their point. To buy tickets for remaining dates on the Radar Tour, head to NME.COM/newmusic.