Sounds like: Shura, CHVRCHES, Florence + The Machine Song: FOURS - Sickly Sweet What's so good? Turn on “Sickly Sweet” by FOURS and instantly you’re soaring over a sun-flecked ocean on the back of a majestic flying blue whale. Yes, a...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Arthur Beatrice, London Grammar, Florence + The Machine Song: MarthaGunn - Honest What's so good? The latest in a long line of impressive exports from the Communion record label, Brighton outfit MarthaGunn prove to be an...Show More Summary
On her fifth solo studio album, Gaga will collaborate with the lead singer of Florence + the Machine.
Kings Of Leon have shared the opening track from their upcoming album Walls. The album was produced by Arcade Fire/Florence + The Machine producer Markus Dravs, and “Waste A Moment” definitely taps into those bands’ ’80s arena-rock majesty. The opening guitar figure is pure U2, which is not a bad sound for this band. But […]
Sounds like: Adele, Florence + The Machine Song: Red Rosamond - Looks Can Kill What's so good? I've worked on several films and TV shows as a contributor, mostly ghost contributions that I'll never get credit for, but for all you music...Show More Summary
Florence + The Machine has released their brand new song “Wish That You Were Here” and you can stream it right here! The track is set to be featured on the upcoming soundtrack to Tim Burton‘s dark fantasy adventure film Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, which is expected to hit theaters on September 30th. [...]
Florence + The Machine Remain Defiant On New Song 'Wish That You Were Here' - Track Review
Earlier this month, Florence + the Machine released two new original songs and a cover, all three of which will be on the new Final Fantasy soundtrack. Now she's released another new song... Continue reading…
Florence + The Machine have contributed a new original song to the soundtrack for Tim Burton’s upcoming film Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children. It’s a yearning track called “Wish That You Were Here,” and Florence Welch expanded on the inspiration for the track in a press release: “‘Wish That You Were Here’ is a […]
Released a few days ago, here is in good quality the World of Wonder video for Final Fantasy XV faeturing Florence + the Machine. As a reminder, the game's release has been delayed and it will now hit consoles on November 29.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams. Read more...
I don’t really like Florence + The Machine and I haven’t really been following FFXV’s development, so this came as a surprise. But these songs, in all honesty, are lush and beautiful in a way that I think the franchise deserves. Read more...
Songs from Final Fantasy 15 is a selection of three new tracks recorded by Florence + the Machine, and you can buy each on iTunes. Each song was recorded at Air Studios in London and the tracks are: Too Much Is Never Enough, I Will Be and Stand by Me. I Will Be is what […]
Florence + the Machine recorded three new songs for the video game Final Fantasy XV‘s soundtrack and you can listen to them right here! “I’ve always seen Final Fantasy as a beautiful and creative game so I don’t think I could have worked with another video game,” Florence said in a statement. “It wouldn’t have [...]
The EP features two new originals and a cover of "Stand By Me." Continue reading…
Just when it felt like we'd fantasized Florence + the Machine's harp-y take on the Ben E. King classic "Stand By Me," it turns out reality is even better. Florence Welch & Co. have shared two brand-new songs created specifically for the soundtrack to the new Final Fantasy XV video ... More »
Festival-headliner-caliber rock stars don’t often contribute multiple songs to video game soundtracks, so it seems likely that Florence Welch really, really likes the Final Fantasy games. Earlier this year, we posted Florence + The Machine’s cover of Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me,” from the soundtrack of the forthcoming Final Fantasy XV. When she shared […]
Earlier this year, Florence and the Machine shared a cover of Ben E. King’s “Stand by Me” recorded for Final Fantasy XV, the classic video game series’ latest instalment. Now, ahead of its September 30 release, Florence has shared a three-track release of her songs from the game, which includes the “Stand by Me” cover. Show More Summary
English indie rock band Florence + the Machine has today released a selection of new tracks recorded for Final Fantasy 15. Titled Songs from Final Fantasy 15, the collection comprises three tracks; Too Much Is Never Enough, I Will Be and a rendition of Ben E. Show More Summary
We already knew that Florence + The Machine was going in a slightly odd direction when it was revealed the Final Fantasy 15 theme was a cover of “Stand By Me”. As of this morning, some of Florence + The Machine’s other songs for Final Fantasy XV have appeared on Spotify. And … it’s still weird. More »