Florence & the Machine
“Ship to Wreck” by Florence + the Machine is a Rorschach test of words, a breakup described in the language of a fever dream by a sea captain.
Florence Welch on the upside of breaking her foot at Coachella and how a rap legend influenced the sound of her band’s latest album.
With a broken foot, Florence Welch didn’t move around much, but still gave fans a taste of her new album.
Florence + the Machine go even bigger on the band’s latest single from upcoming album, ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful.’
After looking at Bonnaroo’s 2015 lineup, it’s safe to say Coachella isn’t the only festival that has a serious woman problem. If anything, one might argue Bonnaroo’s problem is far worse.
Earlier this week it was revealed that Beyoncé and OutKast’s André 3000 teamed up again to cover Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black” for Baz Luhrmann’s film adaptation of The Great Gatsby. Now fans can get an early listen to the moody cover, thanks to a new trailer released today (April 4).
Cliches be damned, it was a fun. night at the GRAMMY Nominations Concert on CBS, with the band performing and getting nominations in all four major categories: Album, Song and Record of the Year, and Best New Artist. Kelly Clarkson, The Black Keys and Frank Ocean all grabbed multiple nominations as well.
With the recent explosion in EDM, Florence & The Machine’s music is perfectly suited for remixing. As proof, here are five outstanding versions with comments from Florence Welch.
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