IT looked set to be an enjoyable night at Glasgow’s OVO Hydro as soon as The 1975 took to the stage.

Kicking off the show in true Matty Healy fashion, the frontman lounged on a couch before smoking a cigarette and drinking a pint of Guinness whilst fans screamed at the first glimpse of the singer and his bandmates.

We headed along to the second of two shows in the city as part of the Still… At Their Very Best tour.

Glasgow Times: Friday’s sold-out gig was performed in front of 14,000 people.

The band’s tour had kicked off the night before and in attendance were dozens of dedicated fans who camped outside the Finnieston venue in freezing temperatures for two days, to get as close to the front as possible.

Glasgow Times: Matty, along with guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald and drummer George Daniel belted out a mix of songs from their five studio albums in a show that lasted just over two hours.

For the first part, songs included Looking For Somebody (To Love), Happiness, Oh Caroline, Part Of The Band, and Robbers.

And with each song, they showed how they're still at their very best, with the crowd going particularly wild for Robbers. 

Glasgow Times: The set included a spiral staircase, bookshelf, prop windows and lamppost, with a neon sign hanging above.

During the second part of the show, the musicians performed hit songs from older albums. 

As we watched down from the high-up seating section, we could see the fans rocking along to tunes including If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know), Girls, Love It If We Made It, and favourite The Sound - which was released in 2016. 

Glasgow Times: Before getting into TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME, Matty shouted "Glasgow, Glasgow, Glasgow, here we f*****g go". 

Throughout the show, the 34-year-old thanked everyone for coming along and revealed he has to remind himself he doesn't live in Glasgow, before adding, "It's so familiar". 

It was easy to see why a second date had been added due to phenomenal demand.

The 1975 will continue to please fans with a string of show dates all over Europe until the end of March, and will go on to take an “indefinite hiatus”.

When the news first broke about the break in September, Matty insisted the band are not splitting hopefully it won’t be long until they’re back in Glasgow.

We can’t wait already!