Later with Jools Holland has been a hallmark in British television’s music programming since I was a¬†kid, and the names through the door have been staggering.

The format and production has remained largely the same, but big name bookings can come with big egos, and some performances over the years have been let down by vanity.

Future Islands, but namely their enigmatic and brilliantly talented frontman Samuel T. Herring lay down a performance that exudes a monumental amount of passion, magic and emotion Рwhich can be rare to see nowadays.