I find that sometimes when seeing a band from "back in the day" their sounds can be very dated. I think that largely because shoegaze sounds are in a resurgence, with Fender Jazzmasters in every band and swirling effects coming from seemingly every stage, Ride sounded as contemporary as ever. They also seemed to be genuinely glad to be back playing for us, as opposed to some bands that just seem to be padding their retirement savings.
"Leave Them All Behind" was a fantastic opener. Definitely as powerful demonstration that Ride was back and ready to show us all how it's done.
"Cool Your Boots"
"Time of Her Time"
Main set closer, "Drive Blind"
Encore tunes "Mouse Trap" and
"Chelsea Girl", which was followed by a cover of Iggy and the Stooges' "I Wanna Be Your Dog"