Later... With Jools Holland S62E02 - Jessie Ware, Sleaford Mods, Dave Okumu & the 7 Generations and ESKA, Olivia Dean, the Waeve, Stewart
Returning to the show are British vocal powerhouse Jessie Ware, who returns with a couple of numbers from her disco-infused fifth studio album That! Feels Good!, and Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods, fresh from a successful North American tour that included a performance at Coachella. They're joined by three artists making their debuts on the show: Dave Okumu & the 7 Generations, led by the prolific and revered producer and performing a collaboration with ESKA, east London's Olivia Dean, making her TV debut with the song Dive from her forthcoming album Messy, and the Waeve, a musical collaboration between Blur's Graham Coxon and vocalist and musician Rose Elinor Dougall, once a member of The Pipettes. Also, Jools chats to legendary drummer Stewart Copeland, whose forthcoming new album Police Deranged for Orchestra sees him team up with an orchestra to rework some of the biggest hits written and recorded by The Police.