You have to look after your hometown fans.

That's something that Massive Attack have kept in mind, despite being one of the biggest UK bands of the last twenty years.

The Bristol natives are headlining London's Hyde Park on July 1st and Bristol Downs on July 3rd - but with tickets for their hometown gig selling out in under an hour, many fans were left disappointed with no chance of a second date being added.

The trip-hoppers' solution, however, is to provide free transport for their Bristol fans to and from the Hyde Park gig. Mind you, they'll still have to pay for their tickets.

They said in a statement: "We won’t be adding another date in Bristol this summer, but we don’t want people to pay touts over the odds. The unbelievable demand from Bristol meant that we looked for a way to help everyone to see us this summer. So we’re arranging for a fleet of buses to take people from Bristol to our show in London’s Hyde Park... at no extra charge. It’ll be great to have some of our fellow Bristolians up in London with us."

Now That's What I Call Rather Sound.