In pictures: Taking Back Sunday and Alkaline Trio’s sold-out show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton

A gallery of Taking Back Sunday and Alkaline Trio absolutely ruling in the capital on Sunday night…

In pictures: Taking Back Sunday and Alkaline Trio’s sold-out show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton

On Sunday night (March 6), Taking Back Sunday and Alkaline Trio brought their brilliant, sold-out UK tour – with support from Destroy Boys – to a close with a special evening at London's iconic O2 Academy Brixton.

After hitting venues in Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham, things finished up triumphantly in the capital, with Matt Skiba calling the gig "a career highlight and total fucking blast".

"Thanks a million one and all who attended the UK shows Alkaline Trio just played over there," the Alkaline Trio frontman wrote to fans on Instagram. "It is always a very special treat to come play in the UK which became a second home to us very early on in our band's touring life. This time ’round was the best one yet for many reasons but mostly because of the unreal crowds and Destroy Boys and Taking Back Sunday."

TBS, meanwhile, posted: "Our first tour in the UK since 2019 couldn’t have been any sweeter than it was this past week with Alkaline Trio and Destroy Boys. Thanks to all of our UK fans for your ears, voices and dedication. Until next time…"

See Derek Bremner's snaps from London below:

Taking Back Sunday

Check out Taking Back Sunday's full setlist:

1. What's It Feel Like To Be A Ghost?
2. A Decade Under The Influence
3. Error: Operator
4. Tidal Wave
5. Liar (It Takes One to Know One)
6. You're So Last Summer
7. Better Homes And Gardens
8. Timberwolves At New Jersey
9. Set Phasers To Stun
10. Flicker, Fade
11. You Can't Look Back
12. Cute Without the 'E' (Cut From the Team)
13. MakeDamnSure

Alkaline Trio

And have a look at what Alkaline Trio played below:

1. Private Eye
2. We've Had Enough
3. Blackbird
4. Every Thug Needs A Lady
5. I Wanna Be A Warhol
6. Nose Over Tail
7. In Vein
8. Cringe
9. Clavicle
10. Sadie
11. Armageddon
12. Emma
13. Is This Thing Cursed?
14. Continental
15. Fine
16. This Could Be Love


17. Radio
18. Time To Waste

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