Calvin Harris rocks the Roundhouse

Superstar DJ Calvin Harris let his music do the talking when he delivered a storming performance at the Apple Music Festival.

He was a man of very few words, but instead delivered hit after hit to a euphoric crowd at Camden’s Roundhouse.

The Scottish DJ’s set list included smashes This Is What You Came For, as well as I Need Your Love, Bounce, Feel So Close and Sweet Nothing.

The penultimate track of the show was We Found Love, Rihanna’s hit that he features on.

He shared this sweet pic on Instagram earlier in the day to mark the five years since it was penned.

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Happy 5th birthday We Found Love 🎈

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It is the 10th anniversary of Apple’s music festival, with other upcoming performers including Britney Spears, Robbie Williams and One Republic.

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