Playing their first UK show in over four years, Vampire Weekend had End of the Road party in full swing during their Saturday night headline slot.
Armed with a seemingly endless succession of hits from their three albums, Vampire Weekend were on their finest form. Although they didn't play "A-Punk" three times in a row, they did provide an update as to the whereabouts of their fourth LP.
"When's the album out? Pshhh, who cares," Ezra Koenig laughed in response to a fan question mid set, before sharing that "it's done... we'll talk later."
The band also performed a cover of Peter Gabriel's "Solsbury Hill" in the midst of a mightily extended edition of "Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa", and played a funked-up edit of SBTRKT's Ezra Koenig-featuring track "New Dorp. New York".
During the final song of their encore ("Walcott"), a few lucky fans even joined Vampire Weekend to sing along (although they didn't actually know the words, so just danced instead).