Later with Jools Holland — 23 October 2021 – BBC Two

Ed Sheeran – Series 59 Episode 4 of 6 – Jools chats to global superstar Ed Sheeran ahead of the release of his fifth studio album ‘=’ (pronounced ‘equals’), which he describes as his ‘best piece of work’ and a ‘coming of age record’. Jools talks to Ed about the new record as well as asking him to choose his favourite performances from the Later…archive, which include that legendary debut performance from KT Tunstall, grime legend Skepta and bluesman Seasick Steve.

Also on the show and making her debut is Manchester born singer-songwriter Pip Millett, who has taken the UK by storm with her chilled, emotional fusion of R&B and soul. She will be performing the song Hard Life from her Motion Sick EP at the atmospheric Victoria Baths, also known as Manchester’s water palace.

Completing the line-up are unique performances from two British groups making a return to the show. Oxford indie-pop group Glass Animals, fresh off another hugely successful US tour, perform their new track I Don’t Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance), filmed at the legendary Studio 2 at Abbey Road, and Scottish rock trio Biffy Clyro perform their current radio smash A Hunger In Your Haunt, from their upcoming ninth studio album The Myth of the Happily Ever After, filmed in Glasgow.



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