He played practically all of his Channel Orange album, along with tracks from the Nostalgia, Ultra EP, with my favourite performances being Novacane, Lost, Thinkin' Bout You, Bad Religion, and a ten-minute long Pyramids (I'm a bit of fan). He even did an acapella precis of the ultimate Swim Good, which had me beaming for hours afterwards.
Notoriously shy, despite being a part of the mad Odd Future collective, Frank barely spoke between tracks and sat for stretches of a time, whipping the crowd into a hot frenzy. His honey-toned vocals were on point and it was great to be able to see him in a venue more intimate than a festival. My friend Johnny remarked that everyone in the crowd had different favourites and so the set was a marvel.
Frank's hot property so see him if you can before he heads overseas again - this week he's at Wireless and T in the Park.