Kings of Leon wowed fans with a surprise performance at London's 229 Club on Tuesday night (18.10.16).
The indie rockers played a 22-song set list including songs from their latest LP' WALLS' and fan favourites 'Sex on Fire', 'Molly's Chambers' and 'Radioactive'.
They also played 'Arizona' from their 2007 album 'Because of the Times' on request from screaming fans.
As they performed drummer Nathan Followill reminded the crowd that they need to make a phone call to Glastonbury Festival to get them on the bill next year.
The 37-year-old sticksman told the tightly-packed club: "We'll have to get on it for 2017. I have to text Mr Eavis."
Fans were given just a few hours to purchase a ticket or try and win one before they took to the stage.
Singer Caleb, 34, had previously said: "We love Glastonbury.
"I think that was the first festival we played in Europe. Do they still do it where it's on one year, off one year to the grass grow? ... OK, then we'll have to get on it in 2017. I'll have to text Mr Eavis."
The band last headlined the music extravaganza in 2008.
Kings of Leon's 229 set list:
'Taper Jean Girl'
'Eyes on You'
'Waste a Moment'
'Slow Night, So Long'
'Around the World'
'Sex on Fire'