Over the course of the evening they very nearly make it into double figures from their latest release and the material, which spans a variety of genres, is perfectly capable of sitting alongside the more established material. Despite the unfamiliarity, songs like 'Spinning' still prompt the feverish reactions reserved for most bands' greatest hits.
An explosive rendition of 'Borderlines and Aliens' segues into an unexpected run-through of Beastie Boys' 'Sabotage', which really underlines the breadth of Grouplove's repertoire. 'Welcome To Your Life' brings the set to a crunching close; while it may be a relatively new addition to the set, it's already one of the band's finest moments.
A brief encore of 'Enlighten Me' and 'Ways to Go' is concluded by 'Colours'. Given the extent to which it dominated TV adverts and radio airplay half a decade ago, it's no surprise that it stands as a heartening closer. Arms are draped over the people nearby and everyone packed into the venue belts back every syllable.