Named after Leeds United footballer Lucas Radebe's former South African club, the lads quickly charmed the indie scene with adrenaline bursting live shows and catchy-as-measles singles. I Predict A Riot was soon screeching out of every festival worth its salt in 2005 as Everyday I Love You Less And Less hijacked the radio playlists with its cheek, quirk and sheer incessant bounciness and Oh My God made it to Number 6 in the UK chart. Debut album Employment (2005) became the UK's fourth biggest selling album of the year, earning a nomination for the Mercury Music Prize and helping them to win three BRIT Awards. A triumphant homecoming show at the Leeds Festival was followed by chart-topping single Ruby along with the band's first UK Number 1 album Yours Truly, Angry Mob (2007). Full of trademark British eccentricity and pogo-ing indie pop, the Mark Ronson-produced third album Off With Their Heads (2008) included the hit Never Miss A Beat.