Florence + The Machine and The Charlatans to perform on next week’s ‘Later… with Jools Holland’

Mini Mansions will also appear on the BBC Two music variety show on April 28

It has been announced that next week’s instalment of Later… with Jools Holland will include performances from Florence And The Machine, The Charlatans and more.

Singer Florence Welch releases her forthcoming third LP ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ this June, while The Charlatans will be promoting their 12th album ‘Modern Nature’, which came out in January.

They will be joined on the April 28 show by LA trio Mini Mansions (who recently collaborated with Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner), James Taylor, Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear and Andreya Triana.

This week’s episode (April 21) of the BBC Two music variety show featured Mumford & Sons and Noel Gallagher, while last week (April 14) saw Blur perform two new songs.

As is now standard for Later, the series comprises of a half-hour live edition at 10pm on Tuesday evenings, entitled Later Live, with an extended hour-long edition on Friday evening.

Later…With Jools Holland began in 1992. Artists who appeared in the season previous included Arcade Fire, U2, Kasabian, Alt-J, Coldplay, The Black Keys, Elbow and The War On Drugs.

Florence And The Machine played a stripped back set at Coachella Festival over the weekend (April 19) following an appearance the week prior where Welch broke her foot after jumping off stage.

The eight song set was partially acoustic and saw Welch seated throughout and joined onstage by Father John Misty for a cover of ‘Love Hurts’, a song first recorded by The Everly Brothers in 1960.