OneRepublic Proved They Have All Of The Hits At Apple Music Festival
No really, how do they find time to sleep in between all of these hits?!
Armed with the ever difficult task of warming up the crowd though was Passenger, who you'll know as the guy who sings that song 'Let Her Go' which makes you cry every damn time.
But it turns out that, funnily enough, he has loads of other great songs too and is also THE NICEST MAN EVER.
No really, his on stage chat was so good we may or may not now be his numero uno fan, and also the proud owner of a worrying obsession.
His new album, Young As The Morning Old As The Sea, is out TOMORROW (September 23) so go buy it.
As for the main act, Ryan Tedder bound onto that stage and subsequently onto an actual piano with so much energy we didn't really know where to look, as they smashed out three of their biggest hits before even taking a breath.
Currently in between sets the band stuck with their most well known songs for the best part of the evening, reminding us just how talented they all are with Stop and Stare and Apologise.
Then came a small break, in which guitarist Zach Filkins smashed out a Spanish guitar solo which had us feeling ~things~.
Counting Stars, Kids and I Lived were real crowd pleasers, as Tedder never tired with bouncing up and down like a kid on Christmas morning and enjoying every single second of his time on stage.
We even got to hear a brand new song from their forthcoming album, Oh My My, which we would try to describe but words don't really do it justice.
But a real highlight was hearing Tedder and co give their own rendition of Louis Armstrong's What a Wonderful World, which even came with an actual globe on the ceiling and some weird bubble things floating about.
So between that and them then finishing with If I Lose Myself and a crazy lighting show complete with confetti, they really covered all bases.
Love Runs Out
Wherever I Go
All The Right Moves
Let's Hurt Tonight
Stop and Stare
The best medley of all time
Future Looks Good
What A Wonderful World (Louis Armstrong cover)
If I Lose Myself (Alesso Remix)