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12 May 2019, 20:00 | Updated: 12 May 2019, 20:01
See the Play God singer-songwriter cover the classic Oasis track on his second date at the London venue.
Sam Fender played a triumphant set on the second of two night's at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire.
The Tyneside singer-songwriter treated fans to a 15-track setlist ahead of the release of his Hypersonic Missiles album, which included the likes of Play God, Dead Boys and That Sound.
The BRITs Critics Choice Award winner ended his set with a surprise cover of Oasis' Morning Glory, calling it a track from one of the "best British bands ever".
Watch his energetic performance above.
The gig also saw the crowd go wild to the title track from Fender's Hypersonic Missiles album, which is set for release on 9 August 2019.
Watch him play the single below:
Rather than briefly leaving the stage for an encore, Fender had his band exit as he played a trio of intimate solo performances, including Poundshop Kardashians, Leave Fast and White Privilege.
His band then joined him for an epic version of his That Sound single, which he previously played in a very special Radio X session below:
2. Will We Talk in the Morning?
3. All Is on My Side
4. The Borders
5. Dead Boys
6. Start Again
7. Greasy Spoon
8. Hypersonic Missiles
10. Play God
11. Poundshop Kardashians (Solo)
12. Leave Fast (Solo)
13. White Privilege (Solo)
14. That Sound
15. Morning Glory