Cat Power plays new song 'Bully' on 'Later… With Jools Holland' – watch Cat Power Tickets

Chan Marshall will be playing three UK live dates this summer

Cat Power performed a new song, 'Bully', last night (April 9) on the BBC show Later… With Jools Holland.

The singer – real name Chan Marshall – has performed the song live on numerous occasions, but a studio version of the track is now available as a single. It also features on the iTunes bonus edition of her acclaimed 2012 album, 'Sun'.

Click above to watch Marshall singing the song, accompanied by Gregg Foreman on piano.

Cat Power recently rescheduled her cancelled December 2012 London gig.

The new show will take place at the Roundhouse in Camden on June 25. She will also be playing Glastonbury on June 30 and Latitude on July 19.

Cat Power has rescheduled all her cancelled European shows, which she pulled last year because of poor health.

Writing on Instagram last year, the singer-songwriter explained her reasons for pulling the tour: "I fucking love my fans. Everything I do regarding my career, I FIRST, think of my fans and this world we all share. But right now, I HAVE TO think of myself because I have to learn through meditation & being clear from alcohol & cigarettes & red meat and lots of rest amongst my menagerie of doctors."

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