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Jools Holland presents BBC Two's flagship music show, with legendary musicians and brand new acts from around the world, all performing live.
Robert Plant returns to the studio to perform songs from his 11th studio album Carry Fire, which he will be touring in the UK in November. Album and tour find Plant teamed up again with his band The Sensational Shape Shifters, in a set of songs that combines some haunting tribal rhythms with Plant's customary inventive flair and sense of urgency.
US singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist St Vincent performs her lovelorn track New York solo at the piano from her upcoming and much-anticipated fifth album Masseduction. Also in the studio to perform a number or two from his recently released uplifting second album, Wake Up Now, is Wiltshire-based Nick Mulvey.
Joining Jools for his musical buffet this week are north London's grunge shapeshifters Wolf Alice, with tracks from their new album Visions of a Life - the follow-up to their Mercury- and Grammy-nominated Top 10 debut My Love Is Cool. The band describe their new album, recorded in LA, as 'stylistically broad' because it flits between dreampop and rage-filled punk tracks featuring frontwoman Ellie Roswell's distinctive screaming vocal.
Also making a welcome return from Brooklyn with their first material in five years are indie rockers Grizzly Bear, with a number or two from their latest LP Painted Ruins, which sees the band move away from their dark, moody material for more pop-oriented stylings, demonstrated on their lead single Mourning Sound.
Guests include Stereophonics, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Moses Sumney, Richard Thompson and Japanese pianist extraordinaire Hiromi.
Guests include Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Dua Lipa, Saz'iso, Superorganism, Aimee Mann, Jose Feliciano and Amadou & Mariam.
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