Episode 2

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Duration: 30 minutes

Jools is joined by Bobby Gillespie and his band of merry men, rock and rollers Primal Scream, who will be debuting tracks from their upcoming tenth studio album More Light. Making their television debut will be Los Angeles' Haim, comprising of sisters Danielle, Alana and Este plus Dash on drums. They were recently proclaimed the BBC's Sound of 2013 and will be showcasing songs from their upcoming and much anticipated debut LP.

From Manchester, returning to the show are Everything Everything with numbers from their recent top five sophomore album Arc. Also in the studio is Portuguese singer Ana Moura who is one of the leading exponents of Fado music, the traditional sound of her native country, and hailing from Nashville by way of Colorado Springs is 23-year old songwriter Winston Yellen, aka Night Beds, who has been described as 'having a new great American voice with a specific brand of intimate thirst that few musicians possess'.

British jazz-pop sensation Jamie Cullum makes his Later debut with numbers from his forthcoming sixth album Momentum.

Music Played

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Credits

Presenter
Jools Holland
Director
Janet Fraser Crook
Series Producer
Alison Howe
Executive Producer
Mark Cooper
Performer
Primal Scream
Performer
Haim
Performer
Everything Everything
Performer
Ana Moura
Performer
Winston Yellen
Performer
Jamie Cullum

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