Jools Holland presents hot, legendary and relatively unknown artists in performance. Joining Jools are Glasgow rock band Twin Atlantic, who are making their Later... debut following their recently released fourth album GLA. Irish singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow has reinvented himself for his third album We Move, which finds him baring his soul and his unique falsetto in the fractured R&B and trip hop territory of the likes of The Weeknd. Nu skool old school southern rock comes from Georgia's Blackberry Smoke, who are about to release their fifth album Like An Arrow. French-American chanteuse Madeleine Peyroux returns to the show with songs from her new album of standards and covers Secular Hymns, which finds her working in a live trio with guitarist Jon Herington and bassist Barak Mori. Returning to the show as a solo artist is Tom Chaplin, known for being the frontman of the hugely successful British band Keane. Chaplin is on the cusp of releasing his debut album The Wave.
|Episode Title:||Twin Atlantic, James Vincent McMorrow, Blackberry Smoke, Madeleine Peyroux, Tom Chaplin|
|Airs:||2016-10-07 at 23:05|