The iconic BBC Two music show returns at 10pm – and it’s promising a suitably impressive line-up for its 53rd series.
Idles will make their debut on the show, alongside 19-year-old Brooklyn singer King Princess.
They’ll be joined by an impressive array of established acts including Jess Glynne, Soft Cell and veteran songwriter Ralph McTell.
ROLL UP! ROLL UP! We are BACK tomorrow night with this superb line-up of incredible talent! @JessGlynne @idlesband @softcellhq @Ralph_McTell @KingPrincess69 @HakBaker join us LIVE at 10pm on @BBCTwo #LaterJools pic.twitter.com/g8nGg8aiP3
— Later…with Jools Holland on BBC Two (@BBCLater) September 24, 2018
According to the BBC, the rest of the series promises performances from the likes of Muse, Neneh Cherry, Paul Weller, Joe Bonamassa, Interpol, Sigrid and Jungle.
Last year, Jools Holland discussed the show with NME – and explained how it still provided a consistent platform for new acts to break through.
“That’s the great thing about music: it’s timeless. And it’s about this great people now, it’s not about the so called ‘golden age’”, he explained.
“It’s been going on forever, and there is always something new and great coming up. That’s why it’s important to encourage that, and I’m pleased we’re in a position where we can do that. All we want to do on the show is celebrate the music, so we capture what they’re about, we don’t have any other agenda. It’s not about jeopardy, we just need to have the people doing what they do, expressing themselves.”