Twin Atlantic played Glasgow's King Tuts Wah Wah Hut last night (Thursday May 3rd).
The gig was part of the JD Roots series of intimate gigs. Meanwhile, the search is currently on to crown Britain's Best Small Venue.
Thousands of votes were cast for hundreds of venues across the country, but the list has now been whittled down to just eight.
The shortlist will now be put to a panel of judges, with the winner revealed after the Bank Holiday weekend on May 8.
The judges for this year's search to find Britain's Best Small Venue include Frank Turner.
Other judges include T In The Park and Glasgow King Tuts Wah Wah Hut promoter Geoff Ellis, Reading And Leeds Festivals mainman Melvin Benn, Jo Dipple, head of UK Music, Radio 1's Huw Stephens and NME's own Krissi Murison, Mike Williams and Luke Lewis.
The shortlist for Britain's Best Small Venue include;
South East: Tunbridge Wells Forum,
South West: Bristol Thekla,
Wales: Bridgend Hobos,
Midlands: Stoke Sugarmill,
London: 100 Club.
Also in the running are: East Anglia: Norwich Arts Centre,
North East: Leeds Brudenell Social Club,
North West: Hebden Bridge Trades Club,
Scotland: Cabaret Voltaire in Edinburgh,
Northern Ireland: Belfast Limelight.
As part of our campaign to find Britain's Best Small Venue, NME has partnered with JD Roots to support local music. J.D. Roots will stage a series of three shows across the UK that takes alternative music acts back to their hometowns for one-off gigs during May. As well as Twin Atlantic The Cribs and The Horrors will all be performing in intimate settings in their respective hometowns.
The Horrors headline Southend's Chinnerys venue on May 9 and The Cribs play Wakefield's Theatre Royal venue on May 16.