The second was I Started Something I Couldn't Finish, one of just two Smiths songs to make the cut, the other being the still-wonderful How Soon Is Now? That's the trouble with being Morrissey; when you have a back catalogue as big as his, something is going to get missed out, and tonight it was the '90s and the noughties.
Only three songs from the entire two decades featured in the set, and one of those was the sole encore, Irish Blood, English Heart, which brought the show to a glorious - if abrupt - end.
INDIE rockers The Arctic Monkeys have announced new UK tour dates for September 2018 - and just added a few extra gigs too.And, curiously for an artist who's been around for 35 years, his audience appears to be getting younger, if the number of student-age fans here tonight is anything to go by.The Arena wasn't sold out, but was respectably full for his first North East appearance since his Greatest Hits show at Sunderland Empire a decade ago.• @Arctic Monkeys confirmed at NOS Alive'18 July 12th! På samme scene, samme dag, spiller @arcadefire https://t.co/HIYVv Gl44x For en åpningsdag i Tøyenparken!#Artic Monkeys #NOSAlive #Portugal pic.twitter.com/WL1Mh Ram Ik — NOS Alive (@NOS_Alive) January 29, 2018 The Spanish festival also includes Alice In Chains, The Big Moon, Depeche Mode, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Fleet Foxes, Jack White, James Bay, Kasabian, Queens Of The Stone Age, Tame Impala and more between 12 and 14 July 2018. #øyaslipp pic.twitter.com/WTz HHwgs LX — Øyafestivalen (@oyafestival) January 29, 2018 Are you ready for some more #flowfestival2018 acts?