This week’s episode of Later… with Jools Holland featured a trio of top tier performers supporting new releases. Leading the charge was Florence and The Machine, who performed two tracks from their forthcoming fourth studio full-length, High as Hope, out June 29th. Florence Welch first delivered a dazzling rendition of the lead single, “Hunger”, before teaming up with cellist Kelsey Lu for a rendition of “100 Years”.
Finally, Scottish alternative hip-hop outfit Young Fathers made their debut on the program. The Mercury Prize-winning group delivered “Toy”, a track from their recent release Cocoa Sugar.
Check out all the performances below.