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    Watch: Robert Plant Performs from "Carry Fire" on BBC Two's "Later... With Jools Holland"
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    Robert Plant and his band the Sensational Space Shifters were guests on the Later… With Jools Holland live show on BBC Two last night. They performed two songs from the new album Carry Fire, out this Friday: "Bones of Saints" and "New World…" You can watch them perform both below till November 8, and tune in to BBC Two again this Friday, October 13, at 11:05 PM for the full, one-hour episode of Later for more. The show calls it "a set of songs that combines some haunting tribal rhythms with Plant's customary inventive flair and sense of urgency." For additional details, visit bbc.co.uk.

    Plant and the band performed songs from Carry Fire on BBC Radio 6 Music live from the BBC's famed Maida Vale studios last Friday. He also spoke with Lauren Laverne about the new album and more. You can listen again at bbc.co.uk/6music.

    To reserve a copy of Carry Fire, head to iTunes or the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl pre-orders include an exclusive print, an instant download of the album tracks "The May Queen," "Bones of Saints," and "Bluebirds Over the Mountain," and a download of the complete album on release day.

     

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Watch: Robert Plant Performs from "Carry Fire" on BBC Two's "Later... With Jools Holland"

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Robert Plant and his band the Sensational Space Shifters were on the Later… With Jools Holland live show on BBC Two. They performed two songs from the new album Carry Fire, out this Friday: "Bones of Saints" and "New World…" You can watch them perform both here, and tune in to BBC Two again this Friday for the full, one-hour episode of Later for more. The show calls it "a set of songs that combines some haunting tribal rhythms with Plant's customary inventive flair and sense of urgency." Plant and the band performed from Carry Fire on BBC Radio 6 Music live last Friday; he spoke with Lauren Laverne about the new album and more.

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Robert Plant and his band the Sensational Space Shifters were guests on the Later… With Jools Holland live show on BBC Two last night. They performed two songs from the new album Carry Fire, out this Friday: "Bones of Saints" and "New World…" You can watch them perform both below till November 8, and tune in to BBC Two again this Friday, October 13, at 11:05 PM for the full, one-hour episode of Later for more. The show calls it "a set of songs that combines some haunting tribal rhythms with Plant's customary inventive flair and sense of urgency." For additional details, visit bbc.co.uk.

Plant and the band performed songs from Carry Fire on BBC Radio 6 Music live from the BBC's famed Maida Vale studios last Friday. He also spoke with Lauren Laverne about the new album and more. You can listen again at bbc.co.uk/6music.

To reserve a copy of Carry Fire, head to iTunes or the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl pre-orders include an exclusive print, an instant download of the album tracks "The May Queen," "Bones of Saints," and "Bluebirds Over the Mountain," and a download of the complete album on release day.

 

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