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.
Welch is no stranger to cover songs, having reinterpreted Beyonce and Icona Pop among many other artists over the years.
Getting a red carpet worthy bun isn’t as easy as throwing your hair into an elastic, sticking a few bobby pins on and going. But it is still a pretty simple look you can achieve on your own.
There is no other awards show with a red carpet as eclectic and daring as the GRAMMYs. In the past it’s hosted everything from traditional evening wear to see-through and down-to-there outfits. From Jennifer Lopez’s infamous floral Versace to Taylor Swift in gold couture at last year’s ceremony, at the GRAMMYs anything goes.
Drummers, trumpet players, guitar heroines – the current class of women in rock go far beyond the traditional sexy lead singer role, although there are a few of those, too.
Stars like Katy Perry, Cher and Josh Groban had a lot of feelings about the President being reelected, so of course they tweeted them
The scene is set in a seedy strip club where Welch performs as the androgynous singer in a room full of half-dressed girls. Before the video ends, she will rip her own clothes off.
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.
Covering the Talking Heads is practically a rite of passage for indie rock bands these days. After all, the influential ’80s new wave band did inspire Radiohead’s name and got a nod from U2 in […]