Brooklyn's experimental psych-rock duo MGMT return to the studio with material from their self-titled third LP, which sees the outfit continue on their voyage to explore new ground. From Settle, North Yorkshire, soul-pop singer and Rudimental collaborator John Newman makes his solo debut on the show ahead of the anticipated release of his first album which spawned his chart-conquering hit Love Me Again earlier this year. South London songwriter Anna Calvi returns with her signature guitar style and powerful voice to perform music from her second album, One Breath. British songwriter Lloyd Cole makes his Later debut performing numbers from his latest solo record Standards which nods to his earlier rock 'n' roll roots associated with his work with The Commotions. Making his TV debut, Brighton's Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, brings his blissful folk-pop to the studio, performing songs from his internationally acclaimed album All The Little Lights. From Spain, singer Concha Buika, whose voice has been described as 'the voice of freedom' and compared to Nina Simone, Edith Piaf, and Billie Holliday, performs a track from her album La Noche Mas Larga. Also in the studio is Madness frontman Suggs who chats to Jools about his upcoming autobiography, That Close.
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