Even with a broken foot, Florence and the Machine gave fans an unforgettable performance at Coachella.
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Florence Welch is known for her passionate and high energy live performances -- unfortunately, her last one at Coachella has left her with a major injury.
We've got a brand new track from Mumford and Sons' upcoming album, 'Wilder Mind,' and we won't even make you hand over your cell phone before you can hear it.
Florence and the Machine have dropped another new track off their long-awaited third record, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.
Watch Florence and the Machine's brand new music video, "St. Jude."
At a recent concert, Florence and the Machine debuted two brand new songs from their upcoming third studio album.
Before we go any further, let's respect artistry and note that Beyonce didn't release a new song this week and was ineligible for inclusion in Mandatory Music.
After hinting at their upcoming third album just a couple of days ago, thankfully, Florence and the Machine aren't making us wait much longer for more details.
That Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine doesn't mess around. The singer is an anti-brawler, and she proved it on Sunday (Dec. 9), when she intervened to break up a fight during the band's show at the Exhibition and Conference Centre in Aberdeen, Scotland. Jeez, a girl can't just play a show and do her thing? She has to wear multiple hats and provide both security and entertainment? That's a lot to ask, but Florence is up to the task.
Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine joined rock icons the Rolling Stones onstage last night (Nov. 29) at the second of the band's two gigs at the O2 Arena in London, where the were celebrating 50 years of rocking and rolling. The old guard collided with the new in this hellfire performance. It was certainly a marriage of generations of English musicians.