Filling the tent with propulsive, ramshackle riffs and 10 tonnes of snarling disdain, the group rolled out plenty for the sizeable crowd to chew over - this was a sharp shock of noise that banished any hangover blues lingering on those in attendance.

The ensuing fracas sat in the same arena as IDLES' grittiest fare, Fontaines DC, Lice, and(/or) The Murder Capital. Dark, brooding, and exhillarating.

End Of The Road festival continues today (31 August) with sets from Low, Courtney Barnett, Kate Tempest, and more.