That's not to say that everything tonight is taken from the more recent past of the band's history. When 'Banco Popular' explodes from the stage, years of pent up aggression is unleashed throughout the loft venue. 'Attending a Cousin's Birthday Party' takes us even further back, to the band's unusually titled debut 'Paul Walker'.
And it's this unusual aspect which makes Drug Church so intriguing. No matter how much you fall for their furious charm, you always feel you're one riff away from a curveball. Not matter how often you press play, there's always scope to be surprised by some previously unnoticed quirk.
As the band climax with 'Weed Pin', roaring the venue into submission in the process, every voice shouts along with "hard to choose a career, when you're bad at everything" and there lies the beauty of Drug Church. They're succeeding and bringing everyone together in the process of feeling like a failure. Sold out shows like this are only part one of the takeover.