Jake Bugg interview: “I love music but if I wasn’t a singer I’d work in a planetarium”
Jake Bugg is the English musician who performed at Glastonbury at the tender age of 17. After the critical and commercial success of his first album, Jake Bugg, and nominations for the Mercury Prize and BRIT Awards, he released his third album On My One earlier this year. We caught up with Bugg before his first performance at Camden Assembly, to discuss his latest album, his preference for the late Leonard Cohen over Bob Dylan, planetariums and the importance of charity Nordoff Robbins – the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK – whom the concert was in aid of.
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