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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Could Florence + the Machine's third studio album be ready for release?
When an artist has the opportunity to cover a song -- especially one far outside their musical comfort zones -- the end results are always interesting.
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.
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.
Not long after attending hip-hop prodigy Kendrick Lamar's sold-out gig at the Hammersmith Apollo venue in London on Sunday (Jan. 20) night, Florence Welch was spotted riding the London Underground subway home -- and busting out an impromptu a cappella version of her hit Florence + the Machine single 'You've Got The Love' for appreciative fans.