Penthouse & Pavement

Joining the host on this week’s Later with Jools Holland will be Sheffield’s Heaven 17 (pictured, bottom right). They had most of their hits in the 80s and Temptation was the biggest of those. Crystal Fighters (bottom centre) are a contemporary pop band who make dance music with Basque instruments. At Home appears on their Star of Love debut album. New Jersey’s The Gaslight Anthem (bottom left) are heavily influenced by the music of Bruce Springsteen and American Slang is the title of their third album. Catherine and Allison are Alabama-born sisters whose surname provides the name of their duo. The Pierces (top left) are now based in New York and have released three albums. To the Grave is taken from their soon-to-be released Love You More EP. 100 Miles From Memphis is the new one from Sheryl Crow (top centre), who grew up 160 kilometres from Memphis in Missouri. Her cover of the track from the White Album is taken from the I Am Sam soundtrack. The Welsh singer Duffy (top right) had the biggest selling album of 2008 with her Rockferry debut. The follow-up will be called Endlessly and it appears next month. Cry to Me is her version of a song from Solomon Burke, who passed away last week. Later goes on on BBC 2 every Tuesday and Friday

Temptation – Heaven 17

At Home – Crystal Fighters *

Songs for Teenagers (Fake Problems cover) – The Gaslight Anthem

To the Grave – The Pierces

Mother Nature’s Son (Beatles cover) – Sheryl Crow

Cry To Me (Solomon Burke cover) – Duffy

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