“A dream come true.”
Florence + The Machine
The band’s first new music since 2016.
A festival the same weekend as Splendour has dropped its bill.
Playing their remix of ‘You Got The Love’.
A win for residents of the ‘Toaster’.
“She’s really to me if not the best but one of the greatest vocalists in the world.”
The “kindred spirits” have made something pretty beautiful.
It just kind of works…
The heartwarming moment Florence + The Machine surprised a teenage hospice patient who missed their recent concert. (Warning: Make sure tissues are nearby)
“It follows Welch’s cinematic journey through the storm of heartbreak.”
ALL THE GOOSEBUMPS.
The results from triple j’s listeners’ poll are in.
“Mesmerising doesn’t begin to cut it.”
Foals recently took to BBC Radio 1‘s Live Lounge to deliver a blistering punked up cover of Florence + The Machine‘s What Kind of Man for an in-studio session. Starting off slow with some uplifting synths, they transform the sound of the song into an anthemic pop punk burner, showing the band in top form
Florence + The Machine have made a big splash on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The Mercury Prize-nominated act starring Florence Welch performed their chart-busting How Big, How Blue How Beautiful single Ship To Wreck *literally* in a pool of water on the Ellen stage, with Florence singing and splashing around like some kind of gorgeous
Florence + The Machine, Jamie xx, Wolf Alice and Aphex Twin are among this year’s list of nominees for the prestigious Barclaycard Mercury Prize, an annual award given to the best album to come out of the United Kingdom and Ireland in the past year. Chosen by a panel of British music critics and industry
Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber’s Where Are Ü Now has been given the Florence + The Machine treatment, with the group slowing the mega-popular dance track down to a slow-grooving Florence-friendly ballad. Florence + The Machine’s cover of Where Are Ü Now (below) sees frontwoman Florence Welch’s huge vocals take over the track, which originally
The weather is getting warmer and that can only mean one thing: the apocalypse is upon us an Aussie summer full of top-notch tours from some of the world’s most-loved acts is right around the corner. Australia has already had its pick of big-name tours this year, but there are nine upcoming national jaunts which
That distant “YAAAAAAAAS” you hear reverberating around the country right now, is us here at Music Feeds frothin’ on the fact that winter is pissing off and summer, with its delectable bevy of live music offerings, is just round the corner. To celebrate the greatest Aussie season for gigs since… well last summer really, Music