“Hey! We’re going to Norway tomorrow – and you’re all invited!” Not many bands can say this and you can genuinely believe them. But such was the case with LA’s Fool’s Gold. They’re a globe trotting band in every sense of the word: hailing from California, influenced by West African guitar music and singing in Hebrew, they embrace every continent they visit with love - and take it with them. They were an apt band to celebrate White Heat’s 7th birthday. Support from Tinashé and A.J Holmes and Hackney Empire supplied similar positive afro-centric rhythms (Holme’s troupe looking and sounding like Graceland on acid), but it was the headliners who put the night’s euphoria into overdrive. They set the groove with 'Nadine' – and continued to grow. Music of this ilk does have its pitfalls. There is the underlying sense that once you’ve heard one laid back, continental groove, you’ve heard them all. The dance floor did eased off (albeit only slightly) once crowd favourite 'Surprise Hotel' had been played mid-set. But did the band falter? Not a jolt. In fact, they combated this in the best way possible - by getting everyone in the venue involved. And the punters were in the palm of their hands. The group inspired everyone to have a mass sit down during set closer 'The World Is All Here', before jumping into the fray themselves and invoking a mass sing-along with percussion and sax. As the crowd chanted a chorus of "woahs" to get the group back on stage, it made a flight to Scandinavia in the morning seem like the most natural thing in the world.