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Watch Jessie Ware, The WAEVE, and Sleaford Mods All Carry out on “Later… with Jools Holland”


L to R: Rose Elinor Dougall of The WAEVE and Jessie Ware

Watch Jessie Ware, The WAEVE, and Sleaford Mods All Carry out on “Later… with Jools Holland”

Dave Okumu & The 7 Generations Additionally Carried out on the Newest Episode of the BBC Present

Could 30, 2023

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The newest episode of the long-running BBC music present, Later… with Jools Holland, aired this previous weekend and featured stay performances from Jessie Ware, The WAEVE, Sleaford Mods, and Dave Okumu & The 7 Generations. Ware carried out “Start Once more” and “Free Your self.” The WAEVE did “Can I Name You” and “Kill Me Once more.” Sleaford Mods’ tune was “On the Floor.” And Okumu carried out “Amnesia.” Take a look at all of the performances under, in addition to Arlo Parks, who carried out two songs (“Weightless” and “Blades”) on the earlier episode every week earlier than.

Jessie Ware launched a brand new album, That! Feels Good!, in April by way of Interscope. Stream the album right here and browse our rave assessment of the album right here.

Final July Ware shared the album’s “Free Your self,” a brand new tune that was described as “a taster session” to her fifth album. It was one in all our Songs of the Week. Then she shared a video for “Free Your self.” Then when the album was introduced, Ware shared the album’s lead single, “Pearls,” which was #1 on our Songs of the Week record. Then Ware shared a enjoyable music video for “Pearls” through which she did certainly “shake it til the pearls fall off,” because the lyrics to the tune go. The album’s third single, the plush “Start Once more,” was shared by way of a music video and was once more #1 on our Songs of the Week record. Then when the album was introduced, we awarded its title observe, That! Feels Good!, #1 on our Songs of the Week record.

The WAEVE—a brand new duo consisting of Rose Elinor Dougall and Blur guitarist Graham Coxon—launched their self-titled debut album in February by way of Transgressive. Stream it right here.

Decide up our present print challenge (Situation 71) to learn our interview with The WAEVE concerning the album.

Beforehand The WAEVE shared the album’s first single, “Can I Name You,” by way of a video for it. “Can I Name You” was #1 on our Songs of the Week record. Then they shared the album’s second single, the atmospheric and epic slow-burner “Drowning,” which was additionally #1 on our Songs of the Week record. The album’s third single, “Kill Me Once more,” was shared by way of a music video and likewise one in all our Songs of the Week. The album’s fourth single, “Over and Over,” once more landed on our Songs of the Week record. When the album was launched we additionally added “Undine” to our Songs of the Week record.

British punk duo Sleaford Mods (Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn) launched a brand new album, UK GRIM, in March by way of Tough Commerce.

Beforehand Sleaford Mods shared the album’s first single, title observe “UK GRIM,” by way of a music video directed by Chilly Conflict Steve that satirizes the present state of politics, each in England and the remainder of the world. “UK GRIM” was one in all our Songs of the Week. Then they shared the album’s second single, “Power 10 From Navarone,” which options Dry Cleansing’s Florence Shaw. It was shared by way of a music video that additionally options Shaw and was additionally one in all our Songs of the Week. Then they shared the album’s third single, “So Stylish,” which options Perry Farrell of Jane’s Habit. It was shared by way of an AI-enhanced music video that additionally options Farrell.

Decide up our present print challenge (Situation 71) to learn our The Finish interview with Sleaford Mods.

Dave Okumu, singer/guitarist with London three-piece The Invisible, launched a brand new album, I Got here From Love, below the identify Dave Okumu & The 7 Generations, in April by way of Transgressive.

London-based singer Arlo Parks launched a brand new album, My Mushy Machine, earlier this month additionally by way of Transgressive.

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