The Ting Tings returned to Leeds last night in anticipation of their forthcoming second album, playing the city's The Cockpit venue.
The band played a whole host of new tracks, including recent single 'Hang It Up', along with tracks that would have been more familiar to the packed crowd of loyal fans.
The Manchester-bred duo initially rose to fame during 2008 with the massive hit 'That's Not My Name', with their debut album selling 2 million copies worldwide.
The Ting Tings' second album is scheduled for release in February 2012 on Sony. The band recently remarked that the label has been "chasing us around the world for" the record.
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