Republic Records, home to Ariana Grande, Enrique Iglesias, Florence + the Machine and others, has teamed with IM Global to co-finance and produce films. First up: Rollin’ Thunder, a Bille Woodruff-directed urban comedy about a bowling champ turned ex con who wants to get back on top and mend his relationship with his teen daughter. Show More Summary
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Sounds like: Lana Del Ray, Darkside Song: Florence + The Machine - What Kind of Man (Nicolas Jaar Remix) What's so good? Not satisfied with simply scoring an entire soundtrack to an old Russian film, Nicolas Jaar is back with more new...Show More Summary
Florence + the Machine fans have likely already heard “What Kind of Man” (off upcoming album How Big, How Blue,… Read More
“What Kind Of Man,” the first single from Florence + The Machine’s new album How Big How Bold How Beautiful, sounds very much like Florence + The Machine. It’s a big, bold art-rock howler of a song, a song that isn’t the slightest bit shy or reserved. It’s light years removed from the meditative, progged-out […]
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Florence Welch had a breakdown during the year hiatus she took after the release of Florence + The Machine’s second album, Ceremonial. NME shared the comments made by Welch during an interview with BBC Radio 1 earlier this week. WhyShow More Summary
Last night, Florence and the Machine announced How Big How Blue How Beautiful, her first full-length LP since 2011's Ceremonials. Florence also released a video for her first single, "What Kind of Man." Read more...
Arguably the most popular band with a plus-sign in its name is coming out with a new album this summer. How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful is Florence + The Machine’s follow-up to 2011’s chart-topping Ceremonials, and will be released June 1 in the U.K. Show More Summary
It's been nearly four years since "Ceremonials," Florence + the Machine's last album of regal, big-voiced pop. Now the project led by singer Florence Welch finally has finished a follow-up.
Check out the stunning and poignant new music video for Florence + the Machine‘s song “What Kind of Man”! The track appears on the band’s highly-anticipated new album How Big How Blue How Beautiful, which is set to drop on June 2 in the U.S., and a day earlier in the U.K. The record serves [...]
Florence and the Machine have just announced the title and release date of their upcoming album, How Big How Blue How Beautiful. The album’s single, “What Kind of Man,” was also premiered today along with a dramatic music video… The post Watch the Official Music Video for Florence + The Machine’s “What Kind of Man” appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Sounds like: Lana Del Rey, Lorde, Haim Song: Florence + The Machine - What Kind Of Man What's so good? We've been waiting for this moment for two days, and earlier tonight Zane Lowe dropped the bomb: Florence + The Machine's new single...Show More Summary
Well that was certainly very weird to watch… But, really, what do we expect from Florence + the Machine? A normal music video? PFFFT. Yeah right. [ Related: Florence + The Machine Releases Eerie Video! ] The fiery red head released the first single What Kind Of Man off of her upcoming album How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful [...]
Hear the band's new single "What Kind of Man" now.
Earlier this week, Florence + The Machine debuted a video titled “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” that was too magnificently restrained not to be the precursor to something else. Indeed it was — Florence was on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show today and revealed that her new album is coming in June, and [...]
Florence + The Machine broke its silence earlier this week when the band debuted a new song, "How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful." Now, they revealed it's actually the first track off a new album by the same name, due June 2 via Republic Records. The song was the first Florence Welch wrote for the album, she said in a statement. Show More Summary