Watch Florence + the Machine Perform New Song “100 Years” on “Later… with Jools Holland”

Plus Lily Allen and Young Fathers Also Performed on the Show

May 29, 2018
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Florence + the Machine (aka Florence Welch and backing band) is releasing a new album, High As Hope, on June 29 via Republic. Tonight she performed on the long running BBC music show Later... with Jools Holland, where various musicians take turns in the round, performing in a TV studio in front of a live audience. She did her recent single "Hunger," but she also performed a previously unreleased track from the album, "100 Years." Check out videos of both below.

Lily Allen also performed "Three," a song from No Shame, her new album due out June 8 on Warner Bros. She performed it with host Jools Holland on piano. Scottish hip-hop trio Young Fathers also stopped by the show to perform "Toy," from their latest album Cocoa Sugar, released earlier this year via Ninja Tune. Check out videos of those performances below too.

 

 

 

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