ONE of Wales' most iconic bands, Stereophonics, performed at the intimate venue, Cardiff University’s Great Hall last night and they did not disappoint.

In support of Radio X’s charity, Global’s Make Some Noise, there was a crowd of only 1,200 people and you could tell this was the gig to remember.

The venue was soon full to the brim of people awaiting them on stage, with a Radio X DJ set providing the initial entertainment.

It wasn’t long until Stereophonics burst on stage with their brand new song Caught By The Wind with loyal fans singing along in an instant.

Their two hour set featured a range of new songs from their recently released tenth studio album Scream Above The Sounds with All in One Night, Taken a Tumble, Geronimo and many more.

However, they still did justice to their well-known classics. Just Looking, Have a Nice Day, More Life in a Tramp's Vest were some of many that, in such a small venue, could truly be appreciated.

The gig ended with an encore by the audience majority proudly singing the Welsh football chant Don’t Take Me Home to get Stereophonics back on stage.

They ended with crowd pleasers Cest La Vie and Dakota. This was a night not to forget and a perfect way to introduce their new album.

Stereophonics will be embarking on a brand new tour next year – don’t miss it.