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Preview: Florence and the Machine
Now an established international sensation, Music Writer Kieren Williams tells us why Florence Welch and her band's return to the UK is unmissable
Rolling off of a summer of headlining festivals and smashing performances at every turn, Florence & the Machine are steaming from America across the pond to the UK to continue their live tour. A true tour de force, their live concerts are Woodstock-esque in its prime, the crowd moving as one to Florence’s amazing, powerful voice and the band’s perfect artistry. Their iconic indie/orchestral rock sound has led them to number ones across the world, which is where their tour takes them, from America to Britain, over to Australia and then back to Europe, with ten stops alone in the UK. Their live concerts are not something to be missed as their sound translates perfectly to the stage.
“Their live concerts are not something to be missed as their sound translates perfectly to the stage
'High as Hope' is available now via Virgin EMI Records. Florence and the Machine tours UK commencing November 15. Tickets are available here.