Frontman Spike must have been rubbing his hands in glee as Mick Jagger capered about the Glastonbury stage, fuelling a new generation’s appetite for rock and roll.
Because The Quireboys, approaching 30 years on the road, owe much to the Stones and The Faces.
They work hard at sounding sloppy and spontaneous, their rag-tag gypsy riffs a joyous celebration of old school.
Too Much Of A Good Thing and For Crying Out Loud are rolling clones, Talk Of The Town and King Of Fools nods to Rod the Mod.
Pop it in the car player, crank it up loud and enjoy the summer.