Florence and the Machine - Back with a New Album in 2015
Who could mistake the bewitching vocal power of London indie rock luminary Florence Welch? With the ability to go from warm whispers to window-shattering notes in a heartbeat, this flame-haired front woman has taken her band to the top of global music charts.
Florence fans have been eagerly awaiting new material since Ceremonials and thankfully, the four year hiatus is almost over. In 2015, the group will release their third studio album How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful and the critics are expecting an instant indie classic. Hear fresh tracks like 'What Kind of Man' and 'St Jude' live in the flesh when you purchase Florence and the Machine tickets on StubHub.
More About Florence and the Machine - The Glamour Has Yet to Fade
Bursting onto the music scene in 2007, Florence and the Machine's starling music offering drew comparisons to legendary acts including Kate Bush and Siouxsie Sioux. Once described by Rolling Stone Magazine as "classic soul and midnight-on-the-moors English art rock", the band made a real impression with their debut single 'Kiss with a Fist', following up with the elevating indie anthem 'Dog Days A Over', which went on to appear in everything from Gossip Girl to Glee.
Their genre-bending blend of rock, soul, folk and baroque pop helped propel their debut album Lungs to number one in the UK charts - the record is now certified five times platinum by the British Phonographic Industry. Welsh covered the iconic 1986 dance hit 'You've Got the Love' to a barrage of critical acclaim in 2008, proving her ability to lend her magical voice to a myriad of styles. The track is now a fan favourite and set list staple, sending festival crowds into frenzy at Bestival and Glastonbury.
Showing no signs of a sophomore slump in their second studio album Ceremonials, the band gifted the world a gothic sonic treat, folding in trippy tribal drums and heavenly choir arrangements. 'Spectrum (Say My Name)' became the band's first number one single in the UK, followed by the successful digital download 'Lover to Lover'. They've been quietly recoding their third album in recent years, but if the sparkling single 'St Jude' is anything to go by, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful is sure to produce some of 2015's biggest hits. Don't delay - purchase Florence and the Machine tickets on StubHub.
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