PUNK rock fans enjoyed a night of mosh pits as Idles performed in Brighton.

The five-piece band, formed in Bristol in 2009, performed at Brighton’s Concorde 2 last night

Idles consists of singer Joe Talbot, guitarists Mark Bowen and Lee Kiernan, Adam Devonshire on bass and drummer Jon Beavis.

In celebration of the group’s not-so-new LP Ultra Mono, Idles played a delayed celebratory Resident Brighton "outstore" show after the original tour date of April 15 was postponed due to Covid-19.

Their debut album Brutalism was released in 2017, followed by their second album Joy as an Act of Resistance in 2018.

Their third album Ultra Mono was released on September 25 last year. It was the band’s first UK Number One album and also became the fastest-selling vinyl release of the year.

The Ultra Mono album was supported by a further four singles - Grounds, A Hymn, Model Village and War in June, July, August and September 2020 respectively.

The record also features guest appearances from Jehnny Beth, Warren Ellis, David Yow and Jamie Cullum.

In 2020, Idles received two nominations at the Berlin Music Video Awards - the music video for Never Fight A Man With A Perm received a nomination for Best Animation and Mercedes Marxist was nominated for Best Concept.

The band recently played in front of a 10,000-capacity audience at Bristol’s Clifton Downs earlier this month.

Idles have also been announced as one of the main headliners of Creation Day Festival 2022.