Watch Black Country, New Road cover The Beatles’ ‘Hey Jude’

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The performance came as part of an improvised set at the Climate Music blowout event in London.

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The Black Country, New Road covers The Beatles classic ‘Hey Jude’ at a London gig – check out footage of the performance below.

  • Read more: Black Country, New Road just finished a new “sad, epic and possibly more universally likable” album
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The cover came during the seven-piece band’s set as part of the Climate Music blowout event in London last week (17 October), which included a full evening of live music following a convention where prominent UK music industry figures And the cast discussed how music can play a leading role in the response to the climate emergency.

At the event, the band played a completely improvised set, and for their ‘Hey Jude’ cover, a chorus of voices sang the song’s iconic lines, while the guitarists, drummers, string players and more improvised around them. Happened.


Watch the performance below:

Earlier this month, Black Country, New Road announced the details of their second album, “Ants From Up There,” and shared their first single, “Chaos Space Marine.”

The record, which follows the seven-piece Mercury Award-nominated 2020 debut “For the First Time,” is coming out February 4, 2022, via Ninja Tune.

talking to Granthshala On the red carpet at the 2021 Mercury Awards last month, the band discussed their new album, calling it “sad, epic and possibly more universally likable”.

Saxophone player Lewis Evans said, “It’s more flavorful than the first album.” “People may hate it, but we really like it.”


Watch the full video interview above. Following the release of the album, the band would tour the UK and Ireland the following year, including their biggest headline show to date at the Roundhouse in London on 8 February.

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