Diplo, Skrillex Tease Florence Welch CollaborationAmid his current tour with Skrillex as Jack Ü, Diplo shared a Snapchat featuring Flo's unmistakeable vocals laid over a dance beat.
Interview: Florence + the Machine Talks Slaying Audiences, Even with a Broken FootFlorence Welch on the upside of breaking her foot at Coachella and how a rap legend influenced the sound of her band's latest album.
Florence + the Machine Perform 'Ship to Wreck' & 'What Kind of Man' on 'SNL': WatchWith a broken foot, Florence Welch didn't move around much, but still gave fans a taste of her new album.
Florence Welch Covers Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky'Welch is no stranger to cover songs, having reinterpreted Beyonce and Icona Pop among many other artists over the years.
Style Files: How-To Create A Textured Top KnotGetting 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.
Style Files: Shades Of GRAMMY Red Carpets PastThere 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.
These Leading Ladies Of Rock Will Change Music In 2013Drummers, 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.
Tweet Beat: Obama Gets Four More YearsStars like Katy Perry, Cher and Josh Groban had a lot of feelings about the President being reelected, so of course they tweeted them
Calvin Harris Debuts "Sweet Nothing" Video Featuring Florence WelchThe 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.
Top 5 Florence & The Machine RemixesWith 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.
Florence And the Machine Cover Talking Heads' "Wild Wild Life" Dressed As Wildlife
On The Scene At Florence + The Machine's MTV "Unplugged" Taping