Deaf Havana played London's Brixton Academy on Friday with support from iDKHOW- Corinne Cumming was there to capture all the action from on and off stage.
New music is truly the best surprise, isn't it?
The band dropped their latest album 'Rituals' earlier this year.
From his last meal to yelling at his brother, the 'Sinner' singer takes on the #7of30.
Time for 'Worship'.
This is 'Narcissus'.
A big night just got even bigger.
From 'Sinner' to 'Boston Square', who can reel off the most setlist faves in just 60 seconds?
Does 'Holy' sound good in Spanish? Let's find out...
We go in-depth with James and Matt on the band's brand new album and it's unconventional writing process.
"And we'll never be holy"
Deaf Havana are summoning their fans to worship.
This new Deaf Havana era is shaping up very very nicely.
And it's set to be their only UK headliner this year.
"...but if they really listen to it they will realise it’s the same miserable lyrics and same chord progressions."
Deaf Havana played a very special show with the help of London Contemporary Voices and the Parallax Orchestra at London's Union Chapel for War Child BRITs Week together with O2. Corinne Cumming was there to capture it in all of its glory.
This is going to be absolutely amazing.
"It reaffirmed our belief and worth in the band."
The fun never ends.