On a night of rock, roll, and haircut splendour, headliners Fratellis battled for supremacy with a spread of talented support at Birmingham's Barfly on Saturday night.
With a blend of rock and folky sounds bombarding the senses, and with a stunning mix of Slade-esque coconuts and Brian May hair explosions, this was an eye-catching and captivating musical feast.
Fratellis do rock. Make no mistake. Offering up honest, thumping punk-rock. Glaswegian Fratellis are a band on the move.
Prowling the stage, with hair borrowed from a younger and less-deceased Mark Bolan, front man Jon Fratelli heads up the band's trademark happy-go-lucky sound with aplomb.
Recent hits Creeping Up the Backstairs, Stacey Ann and the clap-your-hands-say-yeah Cigarello provided the magic and are undeniably stone-cast proof of the bright future ahead of this band.
But despite bursting onto the scene following the release of their much-acclaimed, self-titled EP last month, the night was not all theirs, with an imposing performance from emerging Brit rockers, support band Cuban Heels.
With their quirky brand of electro-edged rock, the 'Heels' are definitely an understated talent.
Unmistakably reminiscent of Supergrass in sound (and in haircut), they thrash out a series of quick-fire salvos of grinding punk-rock, with breezing vocals and stinging synths an inventive take on the standard.
With their last single She's On Fire reaching a heady 14 in the charts, Cuban Heels are well worth keeping an eye on.
With Black Olives and mod headed, Scotsmen, Figure 5 also striking a chord, this was another great night at the Fly.