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Later Live - with Jools Holland
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Series 41 - Episode 10
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Last time Lana Del Rey was in Jools’s studio she was a breakout star, starting to rack up positive blog posts and YouTube hits on the back
of her song Video Games. Now she’s a proper major artist, filling in before following up the bestselling album Born to Die with an EP of new material.
Can she cut it tonight? The common criticism that cult heroes lose their edge at the top of the charts has some weight with Del Rey, especially as her oversexed image, presenting herself as a biddable poppet, is retrograde in all the wrong ways.
Joining her in Jools’s annulus of rock: hyped but conventional indie band Palma Violets, Nona Hendryx, the Weeknd and Tom Odell.
American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey performs tracks from the expanded Paradise Edition of her Born to Die album and dance collective Soul II Soul play tracks from their back catalogue. London indie quartet Palma Violets make their TV debut on the show and Labelle founder member Nona Hendryx plays tunes from her recent Mutatis Mutandis release. Also appearing are the Weeknd, AKA Canadian R'n'B musician and producer Abel Tesfaye, Chichester singer-pianist Tom Odell and American folk-rock artist Tift Merritt. Last in the series. An extended edition can be seen on Friday at 11.50pm.
Full Episode Guide
Later… host Jools Holland to receive music charity award
The musician and presenter is to be honoured with the Music Industry Trusts Award
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