Live At the Royal Albert Hall
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Jake Bugg releases the concert film of his incredible, once-in-a-lifetime performance at the legendary Royal Albert Hall, filmed on 21st February 2014. The performance spanned material from his two albums to dates - his eponymously-titled Number 1 debut and the Rick Rubin-produced Top 3 follow-up "Shangri La". The film features highlights from a sensational night, and is intercut with a backstage interview with Jake, as well as chats with special guests Michael Kiwanuka and Johnny Marr who joined Jake for "Tell Me A Tale" (Kiwanuka) and "Kingpin" and "Slumville Sunrise" (Marr). They then both joined Jake for a thrilling "Lightning Bolt" that raised the roof. "Broken" sees Jake accompanied by a ten-piece choir, put together from the Albert Sessions that he had been involved with that week. Musically it tells the Jake Bugg story. The young kid from Nottingham whose first album went straight to Number 1, making him the youngest solo male ever in the UK. This record, crammed with modern classics such as "Two Fingers" and "Broken" fired him into the stratosphere and onto a journey that has seen headline sets at Glastonbury and arena tours and a second album produced by Rick Rubin at his Malibu studio. The film was shot beautifully by director Charlie Lightening whose credits include Paul McCartney, Paul Weller, Black Sabbath and Arcade Fire.
En vedette Jack Atherton, Tom Robertson, Matt Sweeney