On the telly Jehnny Beth to host new television show ECHOES

Jehnny Beth to host new television show ECHOES
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The new show, hosted by the Savages frontwoman, will feature appearances from Primal Scream, IDLES and LIFE.

Jehnny Beth has been revealed as the host of a new television show, ECHOES.

Filmed by Arte at YOYO in Paris, the new live and chat show - as presented by the Savages frontwoman - will feature appearances from the likes of Primal Scream, IDLES and LIFE and is set to be broadcast later this year.

Fancy heading along to watch it all unfold? Fans can attend the evening for free by subscribing here.

Speaking of her involvement with ECHOES, Jehnny has said: “For years, I’ve been driven by a real desire to bring musicians together and to allow people from our community as a whole to interact. Sharing our mistakes, our funny stories, our pleasures, our regrets is a natural reflex during conversations between artists’ she continues ‘I want to bring to the audience the kind of intimate, unfiltered and inspiring discussions that I have witnessed so many times.”

The new of Jehnny’s new gig follows on from her surprise performance alongside Anna Calvi at The Legitimate Peaky Blinders Festival last week, where they performed Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ ‘Red Right Hand’ together. She also revealed a very sneaky taste of new music in the most recent season of Peaky Blinders, too - check it out below.


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