Florence + The Machine Talks British Summer Time, Kendrick Lamar And Writing Her Next Album
The Firefly Music Festival will return in 2016 from June 16-19. This year's lineup includes Mumford & Sons, Kings of Leon, Florence & the Machine, Deadmau5, Disclosure, blink-182, Death Cab for Cutie, Tame Impala, M83, A$AP Rocky, Ludacris, Earth...
The 2016 lineup for the Alabama's Hangout Music Festival has been released. It features The Weeknd, Florence + The Machine, Alabama Shakes, Haim, Grimes, Jason Isbell, Leon Bridges, Run the Jewels, Kurt Vile, Courtney Barnett, Bully and of course...
Guests include Elton John, Jon Bon Jovi, Florence + The Machine, Morgan Freeman and Ryan Reynolds.
Successful tours from Foo Fighters, Ed Sheeran, and Florence + The Machine have been weaving around the globe since the summer, and early this winter, those tours will wrap up overseas. Foo Fighters will complete their Sonic Highways Tour on November 19, while Ed Sheeran has a handful of Australian [...]
Sounds like: Lana Del Rey, Florence + The Machine, Feist Song: Spelles - Oh, These Monsters What's so good? I've been following Spelles on here for a while, and with every new release, she cements herself as an exciting new voice in female-fronted dark pop. Show More Summary
The Voodoo Music + Arts Experience went down this Halloween weekend in New Orleans’ City Park. Stereogum was there, taking in headlining sets by Florence + The Machine and Ozzy Osbourne alongside performances by the likes of Modest Mouse, Public Image Ltd., Jane’s Addiction, and Jason Isbell, and we even hosted a few acts at […]
The Voodoo Music + Arts Experience returns to New Orleans this weekend, but those with an internet connection can livestream the festival anywhere in the world. That means you can witness sets from Florence + The Machine, Modest Mouse, Jane’s Addiction, and many more from the comforts of home. Check out the video feed plus […]
Foals performed a cover of Florence + The Machine’s “What Kind Of Man” this morning for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge. The song was originally released on Florence Welch’s most recent album, How Big How Blue How Beautiful, and at a certain point in the video, Foals combine their own song “What Went Down” with […]
Stereogum will be at the Voodoo Experience in New Orleans this weekend taking in sets from the likes of Chance The Rapper, Florence + The Machine, Modest Mouse, Jack Ü, Jane’s Addiction, Title Fight, and Ozzy Osbourne (backed by an all-star band including Slash, Tom Morello, and Geezer Butler). In addition, we’ll join Spin and […]
Sounds like: Florence + The Machine, Amy Winehouse Song: Adele - Hello What's so good? As you've probably heard by now, Adele is planning to release a new album called 25. This morning she debuted the first song from the release on BBC1, and shortly thereafter unveiled the below video. Show More Summary
Florence + The Machine’s new video for “Delilah,” the fiery single from the sweeping new album How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, comes with a subtitle: “The Odyssey – Chapter 6.” That would seem to imply that this video, and the five that came before it, make up some sort of epic Greek tale. If […]
Florence + The Machine brought a whole production along with them to the set of Ellen today. For a performance of their How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful track “Ship To Wreck,” they filled with stage with a very appropriate pool of water, and Florence Welch danced and kicked around in it. I’m not sure […]
Lauren Laverne revealed details for prestigious album prize on the BBC 6 Music show
BYRON BAY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 25: Florence Welch of the band Florence and the Machine perform for fans during Splendour in the Grass on July 25, 2015 in Byron Bay, Australia. (Photo by Cassandra Hannagan/Getty Images) Earlier this morning, the nominees for this year’s Mercury Prize, known as one of the [...]
Every year since 1992, a panel of British music-industry types convenes to decide which album will win the Mercury Prize, the award given to what they deem the best album to come out of the UK during a particular year. The people behind the prize just announced the 12 albums nominated for this year’s prize, […]
Florence + the Machine, Wolf Alice and Aphex Twin are on the shortlist for the 2015 Mercury Prize. The annual award, often seen as honoring the best of “Cool Britannia,” boosts record sales for each of the acts.
Shazam the new Florence + the Machine tour poster to win tickets and photo passes.
Sounds like: Florence + The Machine, Lana Del Rey, Mark Lanegan Song: Spelles - Wild Heart What's so good? Spelles has returned with a thoroughly beautiful new single, the dark and stormy "Wild Heart." Intimate, gothic, and ominous, this is easily one of the best tracks that I've heard all year. Show More Summary