Watch This Woman's Amazing Reaction To Royal Blood Tickets

13 July 2017, 10:00 | Updated: 17 July 2017, 12:37

John Tomlinson bought his mother-in-law tickets to the see the Lights Out duo, and she responded in the best way ever.

Royal Blood fans are no doubt gagging to see them embark on their headline UK tour this autumn, but when mega-fan Linda Bowker from Oldham was given tickets to see the Brighton duo for her birthday, she absolutely lost it.

See her reaction in a video posted to Twitter by @johnjtomlinson above.

John Tomlinson surprised his mother-in-law with tickets to see the Figure It Out rockers, and bought four more so the whole family could come along too!

Best son-in-law ever?

If that wasn't enough, John asked for a special birthday shoutout for Linda from the lads, and they obliged.

See their response below:

Amazing!

See you in the mosh pit Linda!

Meanwhile, Royal Blood visited Radio X and played Gordon Smart's Beat The Intro game. 

See if they ace it here:

Frontman Mike Kerr also showed off his bruised ribs, which got busted when he fell off the drum riser at their homecoming Brighton gig.

However, we're pretty sure its par for the course most Royal Blood gigs.

Just take a look at the mosh pit from their show at London's Village Underground:

Photo: Twitter/Johnjtomlinson

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