Joining Jools in the last studio session of the series are Kevin Parker's Tame Impala, who won Best International Group at this year's Brit Awards for 2015 album Currents. Biffy Clyro return with tunes from their seventh album Ellipsis, which has all the melody, power and musical complexity that we've come to expect from the Scottish trio. Singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka previews the big soul sound of his second album Love and Hate. And introducing the punk-jazz of Brooklyn-based trio Moon Hooch, who peddle horns, drums and party in their unique and noisy blend of what they like to call cave music. James Blake returns to the show fresh from collaborating with Beyonce on her Lemonade album with songs from his album The Colour of Anything. And introducing singer-songwriter Lera Lynn, whose latest album Resistor is a noirish blend of late-night atmospherics, tough rock n roll and sparse poetry.
|Episode Title:||Tame Impala, Biffy Clyro, Michael Kiwanuka, Moon Hooch, James Blake, Lera Lynn|
|Airs:||2016-05-31 at 22:00|