"Retrograde" - James Blake Live at Glastonbury 6.29.2014 [YouTube Video]

Josh Cohen

by Josh Cohen

Published June 30, 2014

James Blake took to the Park Stage of his home country's hallmark music and arts festival, Glastonbury, for an evening set that included "Retrograde," from 2013's Overgrown.

The British post-dubstep singer's stage was brightly illuminated as he and band played through a soulful rendition of last year's single. The audience clapped along as soon as the opening lyrics were sung. When the band arrived at the climatic chorus, cheers could be heard from the audience as bright lights were cast out over the sea of fans. Blake captivated them with his deep baritone voice and well developed piano chops, while the drummer and guitarist provided the essential electronic sounds that have defined the 25-year-old's distinctive blend of various genres.

You can purchase and download Overgrown on iTunes and Amazon. For more James Blake music and tour info, head over to his Zumic artist page.

Source: BBC YouTube Channel

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