Bobby is quickly replaced on stage by Greg. Unlike his brother, the elder Barnett is no stranger to British shores, having played here numerous times with The Menzingers and, without the solo material of his brother, it’s those songs which make up his set tonight. With the band’s recent material starting to push them into the mainstream, he takes this opportunity to offer intimate reimaginings of some older cuts like ‘Timetables’, which prompts a frantic Friday night singalong. Eventually the material drifts into more recent territory, including an all-too-rare exploration of ‘Nothing Feels Good Anymore’, but material from every stage of the band’s development is equally well-received. The phenomenal one-two of ‘Gates’ and ‘In Remission’ shows the strength and depth of the catalogue Greg has at his disposal and the pairing provides a fitting climax to the main body of his set.