Hozier wowed fans at his first London show in two years at London's KOKO in Camden on Tuesday night (11.09.18).

Hozier

Hozier

The 28-year-old Irish musician charmed the audience with a mix of new bluesy tracks from his latest EP 'Nina Cried Power' and classic hits.

He began the show by thanking fans for coming along to the event, which was sponsored by the charity War Child - an organisation that helps improve the lives of children in war-torn countries - and reminded them that all proceeds of the evening will go towards a good cause.

The songwriter then opened up his set with his 2014 hit 'To Be Alone', which earned him a massive applause from the crowd.

After warming up, Hozier presented some new tracks to his audience such as 'NFWMB', which he described as "a love song for the end of the world", and 'Shrike', which he admitted quipped is "about a bird".

Hozier then treated the amped audience to the live debut of his new soulful anthem 'Movement', which he revealed he'd shot the music video for earlier that day.

The singer delighted fans with an expressive performance of his song 'Cherry Wine', before delivering a flawless rendition of his five-time platinum 'Take Me to Church' - an impassioned anthem in support of gay marriage in Ireland.

Hozier ended the night on a high with an infections rendition of 'Like Real People Do', as well as fan favourite 'Someone New'.