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    Watch: Punch Brothers Perform "This Girl" on "Later ... with Jools Holland"

    Punch Brothers were in London last night to perform on Later Live ... with Jools Holland, broadcast on BBC Two. The band performed "This Girl," off their new album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, released earlier this year on Nonesuch Records. In case you missed it, you can watch the performance below. And tune in to BBC Two this Friday at 23:05 for the full, one-hour episode of Later to see Punch Brothers perform the album's opening track, "Movement and Location," as well. Also on this week's shows are Plan B, Django Django, Ren Harvieu, Melody Gardot, and the one and only Tom Jones, whose new album includes a cover of The Low Anthem's "Charlie Darwin."

    Did you catch the whole show last night? The Guardian is running a poll tracking the favorite performance of the night. To weigh in and cast your vote before the end of the day, head to guardian.co.uk.

    Punch Brothers arrive in Israel today for two days of performances at Hangar 11 in Tel Aviv as part of the White City Music Festival. The band resumes its US tour with a performance at Appalachian Uprising festival in Scottstown, Ohio, on June 2. For additional tour information and ticket links, go to nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Watch Punch Brothers perform "This Girl" from Later ... with Jools Holland here:

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Punch Brothers performed "This Girl," off their new album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, on Later ... with Jools Holland last night on BBC Two. Watch the performance here. And tune in to BBC Two this Friday for the full, one-hour episode of Later to see Punch Brothers perform the album's opening track, "Movement and Location," as well. Punch Brothers are in Tel Aviv, Israel, to perform at the White City Music Festival, and resume their US tour at the Appalachian Uprising festival next month.

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Punch Brothers were in London last night to perform on Later Live ... with Jools Holland, broadcast on BBC Two. The band performed "This Girl," off their new album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, released earlier this year on Nonesuch Records. In case you missed it, you can watch the performance below. And tune in to BBC Two this Friday at 23:05 for the full, one-hour episode of Later to see Punch Brothers perform the album's opening track, "Movement and Location," as well. Also on this week's shows are Plan B, Django Django, Ren Harvieu, Melody Gardot, and the one and only Tom Jones, whose new album includes a cover of The Low Anthem's "Charlie Darwin."

Did you catch the whole show last night? The Guardian is running a poll tracking the favorite performance of the night. To weigh in and cast your vote before the end of the day, head to guardian.co.uk.

Punch Brothers arrive in Israel today for two days of performances at Hangar 11 in Tel Aviv as part of the White City Music Festival. The band resumes its US tour with a performance at Appalachian Uprising festival in Scottstown, Ohio, on June 2. For additional tour information and ticket links, go to nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Watch Punch Brothers perform "This Girl" from Later ... with Jools Holland here:

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