Later with Jools Holland 8 October 2022: Series 61 Episode 1 on BBC Two

Later with Jools Holland 8 October 2022: Series 61 Episode 1 on BBC Two 11

Jools welcomes Nigerian global mega-star Burna Boy, who is making his debut on the show with a couple of tracks from his recent sixth album Love Damini, including his huge summer anthem Last Last.

Returning to the show, but for the first time with just his guitar for company, is Mumford and Sons’ frontman Marcus Mumford. He is debuting songs from his first solo album Self-Titled, which tackles extremely personal and powerful issues. Jools also chats to Marcus about his first time performing on the show as they delve into the archives to take a look back at the show’s first ever episode, from October 1992.

Completing the line-up are debuts from three contrasting artists. The first comes from south London rapper Loyle Carner, who performs a couple of tracks from his forthcoming third album Hugo, which sees him explore his Guyanese heritage. All-female quartet The Big Moon perform Wide Eyes from their second album Here Is Everything, which follows their 2017 Mercury Prize-shortlisted debut. And last up are three-piece band PVA, whose sound has been described as being ‘made from a formula of acid, disco, blistering synths, the release of the dancefloor and queer-coded sprechgesang post-punk.’



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