YOU’RE never too young for nostalgia, or so it would seem. 

Indie upstarts The Kooks got teens and students on the dance floor in 2006. 

At Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena, the decade-old hits were aired once more for a lively audience of largely late-20s millennials.

It’s hard to believe the floppy-fringed Brighton four-piece burst onto the scene more than 10 years ago.

The current UK-wide arena tour is in support of new compilation, The Best Of... So Far. 

Frontman Luke Pritchard delivered a few of the numbers sans guitar, letting him pull all manner of rockstar shapes.

He’s not quite Mick Jagger when he struts his stuff, but the crowd lapped it up.

A rendition of recent upbeat single Be Who You Are proved they can still bring the party. 

The stomping Bad Habit presented a heavier sound that’s a million miles away from the jangly guitars of debut album Inside In/Inside Out. 

The opening chords of She Moves In Her Own Way were met by a huge roar from the crowd and a mass singalong followed.

Here's hoping they can create more great musical memories.