Never is that more apparent than with their innovative version of Madonna's 'Beautiful Stranger'. Flitting between understated meandering and a choppy, punk take on the bridge, it highlights exactly why The Big Moon are making waves. Not only do they take risks, but they make it look completely effortless. 'Pull The Other One' has only recently made it into the live set, but it's already a firm favourite and it easily holds its own next to 'Formidable'.
It's a deep cut, 'Bonfire', which appears to be closing the night, until 'Sucker' provides a fitting climax to a short, sharp set from one of British music's greatest hopes. Throughout everything, the band are clearly enjoying themselves and that kind of infectious enthusiasm is sure to push them even further into the mainstream in the coming months. Watch out festival headline slots, The Big Moon are coming for you.