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Wed 1 May 2024

Jake Bugg

It may be his fifth album, but Saturday Night, Sunday Morning marks the start of chapter two for Jake Bugg.

Arguably his most complete and coherent record to date, Saturday Night, Sunday Morning manages to combine a love of ABBA, the Beach Boys, Supertramp and the Bee Gees, with a contemporary pop sound: one that’s already spawned his most ubiquitous song in years via euphoric lead single, All I Need.

“I knew what I was looking for this time around,” the 27-year-old says, firmly. “And I feel like I accomplished it.”

It’s almost 10 years since a two-fingered Bugg burst onto the scene with his eponymous debut, one that topped the UK album charts and saw the then 18-year-old from Nottingham fêted as the next Bob Dylan.

A Rick Rubin-produced follow-up, Shangri La, quickly followed. But progress stalled with Bugg’s third, largely self-produced, record, On My One, in 2016.

“I was having a hard time on that third record,” Bugg admits, five years removed. “The support from the industry wasn’t what it was. All those people telling you how great you are weren’t there anymore. It does feel like the rug’s been swept from under your feet.”

What that record provided, however – along with its comparatively stripped-back follow-up, Hearts That Strain (2017) – was a much-needed course corrector: one that set Bugg on the upward trajectory he finds himself on today.

This event has standing and seated areas and carries the following additional terms:

  • Under-18s are not permitted in the standing area

  • No unaccompanied under-16s are permitted in the seated area

  • As the standing area at this event is expected to sell to capacity, we recommend that those with a pre-existing health condition, or those unable to stand for the duration of the event, should select a seated ticket.

  • Large bags are not permitted in the auditorium

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Wed 1 May 2024



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Wed 1 May 2024
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