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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.

Dave Grohl + Florence Welch to Perform at Lionel Richie Tribute Gala

Dave Grohl / Lionel Richie / Florence Welch
Chung Sung-Jun / Larry Busacca / Buda Mendes, Getty Images

Foo Fighters leader Dave Grohl, Florence and the Machine's Florence Welch, Leon Bridges and more will perform at an upcoming Lionel Richie tribute gala.

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Sasquatch! Reveals 2016 Lineup Featuring the Cure, Florence and the Machine + More

The Cure / Florence and the Machine
Theo Wargo / Buda Mendes, Getty Images

For its 15th year, Sasquatch! has lined up a roster that includes the Cure, Florence and the Machine, Sufjan Stevens, Alabama Shakes and more.

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Watch Florence + the Machine Cover ‘All You Need Is Love’ in Paris

Jason Merritt, Getty Images
Jason Merritt, Getty Images

The British outfit closed out their set in Paris with a pair of especially poignant covers.

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Hear Florence and the Machine, Kings of Leon + More Cover Eagles of Death Metal for Charity

Buda Mendes / Kevin Winter / Theo Wargo, Getty Images
Buda Mendes / Kevin Winter / Theo Wargo, Getty Images

Florence and the Machine, Kings of Leon and Jimmy Eat World have all delivered covers of Eagles of Death Metal's "I Love You All the Time" for charity.

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Florence and the Machine Debut Intense Video for ‘Delilah’

Tom Beard
Tom Beard

Florence and the Machine have unveiled a video for "Delilah," the latest installment in the band's ongoing 'Odyssey' series.

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Watch Florence and the Machine’s Splashy Performance of ‘Ship to Wreck’ on ‘Ellen’

NBC
NBC

The set design for Florence and the Machine's 'Ellen' appearance channeled their 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful' single, "Ship to Wreck," in literal fashion.

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Florence + the Machine Perform Stripped-Down ‘What Kind of Man’ on ‘Colbert’

CBS
CBS

Florence and the Machine took to the 'Late Show With Stephen Colbert' to perform a stripped-down rendition of “What Kind of Man.”

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Lollapalooza 2015 Photo Gallery, Day Three: Florence + the Machine, FKA Twigs + More

Florence + the Machine
David Brendan Hall, Diffuser

The third day (Aug. 2) of Lollapalooza was most certainly ruled by women.

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Watch Florence + The Machine’s Epic Video For ‘Queen of Peace’ + ‘Long & Lost’

Florence and The Machine
Screengrab via Florence and The Machine

The video, directed by Vincent Haycock, features a brawling group of people near a Scottish town and the emotional impact of their skirmishes.

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Watch Florence + the Machine Cover Foo Fighters at Glastonbury

Ian Gavan, Getty Images
Ian Gavan, Getty Images

Florence + the Machine replaced Foo Fighters as headliners after Dave Grohl broke his leg and the U.K. outfit paid tribute with a chill-inducing cover.

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