Lead singer Nanna Bryndís Hilmarsdóttir Photo George Bird)

Indie band Of Monsters and Men arrived at Rock City on November 2 during their UK tour.

Alongside their recent release of their new album Fever Dream in July, the band have been touring around the UK and the rest of Europe.

Doors opened at 6.30pm and upon arrival I could tell it was going to be a fantastic atmosphere. I wasn’t wrong.

The rows quickly built up with fans all eager to see their beloved band in action. After an hour of waiting, the gig began, opening with supporting band Black Honey to keep the hungry audience satisfied until the main act.

8pm arrived the crowd suddenly erupted into screams as the band members took to the stage.

Throughout the event we got a mix of their earlier, more acoustic sounding album and their newer indie rock album, with the lead singer making an effort to swap between her acoustic guitar and her electric to fit the vibe.

Lead vocalist Nanna stayed connected with the crowd by running by them high-fiving fans and motioning for them to raise their hands and let loose.

As the band were leaving the stage, the audience started chanting “One more song, one more song” before they returned to play arguably their most famous song, Little Talks.

The band take their final bow (Photo George Bird)

Finally, after an eventful gig full of classics and newer material, Of Monsters and Men took their bows and said farewell to a successful concert.