Watch James Blake's Breathtaking Performance on 'Later... With Jools Holland'

Experience a rare live version of “Radio Silence.”

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On the heels of his U.S. tour announcement, James Blake stopped by the popular UK tv show Later… with Jools Holland last night. The producer-singer-songwriter offered a live version of The Colour In Anything cut “Radio Silence.” As usual, the British musician supported his music with an impressive light-show, offering a truly ethereal experience. Watch it above.

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