WATCH: Stereophonics Reign Supreme At Victorious Festival 2017
27 August 2017, 09:00 | Updated: 27 August 2017, 17:53
Kelly Jones and co. proved they rock harder than ever with an epic headline set at the Portsmouth festival.
Stereophonics headlined Victorious Festival on Saturday (26 August), playing a career-spanning show which included hits old and new.
Opening their 20-track strong setlist with C'est La Vie and I Wanna Get Lost With You, Kelly Jones then took things all the way back to their first ever single, playing Local Boy In The Photograph.
Watch a clip of their performance track below:
See them play Have A Nice Day:
Watch the crowd play Just Looking below:
Midway through the set, the Welsh frontman delighted the crowds with a classic covers medley, which included AC/DC's Highway To Hell, Black Sabbath's Paranoid, ZZ Top's Gimme All Your Lovin' and Led Zeppelin's Rock And Roll.
Celebrating 20 years since their debut, Word Gets Around, was released, Kelly addressed the crowd, saying: "This was the song that got us our record deal," before launching into their Thousand Trees single:
After playing a Performance and Cocktails favourite in The Bartender And The Thief, the band ended the set with Dakota- their enduring anthem from 2005's Language. Sex. Violence. Other?
Watch it below:
See their full setlist below, courtesy of setlist.fm:
1. C’est La Vie
2. I Wanna Get Lost With You
3. Local Boy in the Photograph
4. Have a Nice Day
5. Vegas Two Times
6. I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio
7. Maybe Tomorrow
8. White Lies
10. Highway to Hell/Paranoid/Gimme All Your Lovin'/Dancing in the Dark/Rock And Roll (covers medley)
11. Mr and Mrs Smith
12. Mr Writer
13. Caught by the Wind
14. Just Looking
15. All in One Night
16. Graffiti on the Train
17. Indian Summer
18. A Thousand Trees
19. The Bartender and the Thief