Watch as Tame Impala, James Blake and Biffy Clyro play on ‘Later With Jools Holland’

Tame Impala preview Glastonbury show with ‘The Less I Know The Better’ performance.

Tame Impala, James Blake and Biffy Clyro all appeared on the latest episode of Later With Jools Holland on BBC2 last night (May 31).

Tame Impala celebrated their addition to the Glastonbury line-up with a performance of ‘The Less I Know The Better’ from the ‘Currents’ album on the Later Live edition of the show. They also played ‘Let It Happen’ for Friday’s pre-recorded extended episode.


Biffy Clyro gave television debuts to ‘Wolves Of Winter’ and ‘Animal Style’ from new album ‘Ellipsis’, which is released on July 8.

James Blake performed ‘Radio Silence’, the opening song from last month’s new album ‘The Colour In Anything’.

Also on the show was Michael Kiwanuka, who played recent single ‘Black Man In A White World’ from new album ‘Love And Hate’, which is released on July 1. The episode also gave a TV debut to Lera Lynn.

Friday’s episode also sees Moon Hooch play, plus interviews with ABC singer Martin Fry about their new album ‘The Lexicon Of Love 2’ and Wilko Johnson, promoting his autobiography ‘Looking Back At Me’ and his new Chess Records compilation.


This week’s edition was the last in the current run of Later With Jools Holland, before it returns in September for the show’s 49th series.


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