Young Fathers played their final date of their biggest UK tour to date at the Barrowlands Ballroom, supported by electronic soul artist Wwwater. The band came on stage to the sold out crowd at 9:30 with band member Alloysious Massaquoi shouting "What a time to be alive!" and started off with the very to the point song 'Wire' from their new album Cocoa Sugar, which was released on the 9th of March on legendary London electronic label Ninja Tune. They then treated fans to an old one: 'Queen is Dead' which is from their EP 'ape Two which got the fans excited with the monstrous drum machines and analogue synth sounds being generated.
Young Fathers' set was a mixture of everything they've released from Tape Two to Cocoa Sugar and treated to fans with their songs such as 'Get Up', 'Rain & Shine', 'Old Rock n Roll' 'In My View', where even the fans were trying to mosh during it. Afterwards the band even said "Props to you guys for trying to mosh to that". Another highlight was 'Only God Knows', written for the soundtrack of Trainspotting 2.