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 ‘Final Fantasy XV’ Songs
Florence Welch has released two more songs from the upcoming 'Final Fantasy XV' video game.
Watch Florence Welch's 40-Minute Short Film 'The Odyssey'
The movie ties together all of the videos from Florence + the Machine's latest, 'How Big How Blue How Beautiful.'
Florence and the Machine Lend Cinematic ‘Stand By Me’ Cover to ‘Final Fantasy XV’ Trailer
Florence Welch serves up a powerful, haunting rendition of the Ben E. King classic for the video game franchise's latest installment.
Record Store Day 2016 Official Release List Revealed
The full list has been unveiled including picture discs from David Bowie and Muse, box sets from the Flaming Lips and Alt-J and a ton more.
Grammys 2016: Who's Nominated in Alternative, Rock + Other Categories You Won't See on TV
From Best Alternative Album and Metal Performance to Best Music Movie and Box Set Packaging, there's a ton more to the Grammys than what makes it to TV.
Dave Grohl + Florence Welch to Perform at Lionel Richie Tribute Gala
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.
Sasquatch! Reveals 2016 Lineup Featuring the Cure, Florence and the Machine + More
For its 15th year, Sasquatch! has lined up a roster that includes the Cure, Florence and the Machine, Sufjan Stevens, Alabama Shakes and more.
Watch Florence + the Machine Cover 'All You Need Is Love' in Paris
The British outfit closed out their set in Paris with a pair of especially poignant covers.
Hear Florence and the Machine, Kings of Leon + More Cover Eagles of Death Metal for Charity
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.