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Florence + the Machine

Florence and the Machine

London-born Florence Welch boasts a mesmerizing powerhouse of a voice that blurs genre lines between soul, baroque pop and beyond — and it’s the latter point, the otherworldly nature of her voice, that helped make her band Florence + the Machine’s 2009 debut ‘Lungs’ an international hit. Specifically, her breakthrough single, ‘Dog Days Are Over,’ was a favorite among critics that also received plenty of radio play. Propelled by that critical claim, the fiery-haired British singer — backed by a rotating lineup of musicians — kept up that momentum with her follow-up, ‘Ceremonials.’ Building upon the celestial-like sound of ‘Lungs,’ the 2011 album fit neatly within the singer-songwriter’s catalog. Its lead track, ‘Shake It Out’ rivaled ‘Dog Days Are Over’ in popularity, earning Florence + the Machine a Grammy for Best Pop/Duo Performance, while the album was also nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album.

Listen to Florence + the Machine’s Latest Track, ‘Delilah’

Tom Beard
Tom Beard

With How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful hitting the streets in less than two weeks, Florence and the Machine have released yet another new track from the LP.

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Florence + the Machine Premiere Video for ‘Ship to Wreck’

Tom Beard
Tom Beard

After debuting the song last week, Florence + the Machine have shared the official video for the single, "Ship to Wreck."

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Paul McCartney, Metallica + Florence and the Machine to Headline Lollapalooza 2015

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Theo Wargo / Ian Gavan / Buda Mendes, Getty Images

The 2015 lineup for Lollapalooza has been announced, and for the most part, it follows in the footsteps of other festivals before it this year.

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Florence and the Machine Debut New ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ Video

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Florence and the Machine played an intimate show in London, during which frontwoman Florence Welch and company played their upcoming album in its entirety.

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Filed Under: Category: Music, News, Videos

Florence + the Machine’s Third Album May Be Ready to Drop

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Could Florence + the Machine's third studio album be ready for release?

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10 of the Best Hip-Hop and R&B Covers by Alternative Artists

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Hannah Peters / Valerie Macon / Jason Merritt, Getty Images

When an artist has the opportunity to cover a song -- especially one far outside their musical comfort zones -- the end results are always interesting.

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Florence + the Machine to Headline Øya Festival 2015

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Florence + the Machine have been quiet for the past few years, but with the announcement of their third album, we'll clearly be seeing them more in 2015.

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Filed Under: Category: Festivals, Music, News

Rolling Stones Invite Adele, Lady Gaga + Florence Welch to Hyde Park Festival in July

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The Rolling Stones have invited Adele, Lady Gaga, Florence + the Machine’s Florence Welch and Paloma Faith to perform at Barclaycard's British Summer Time Hyde Park festival this summer, the Sun reports. The gigs are set to take place on July 6 and July 13.

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Florence Welch In New ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy? Source Says Singer Will Play a ‘Major Part’

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We all know that Florence Welch can sing — but can she act as well? According to a recent story in the Sun, Florence + the Machine's dynamic frontwoman is being considered for a “major part” in the upcoming ‘Star Wars’ trilogy.

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‘Great Gatsby’ Soundtrack Features Lana Del Rey, the xx, Florence + the Machine + More

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New, original songs from Lana Del Rey,  the xx and Florence + the Machine highlight the just-announced complete tracklisting for the forthcoming 'Great Gatsby' soundtrack, Pitchfork reports. The previously announced Beyoncé and Andre 3000 cover of Amy Winehouse's 'Back to Black' will also appear on the disc, as will tunes from Gotye, British electronica trio Nero, downtempo singer Sia and Jack White, who covers U2's 'Love Is Blind.' The soundtrack, drops May 7 in digital format.

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