Why See Florence and the Machine?
High As Hope Tour
Florence and the Machine have returned! After a hiatus that left fans bereft, Florence Welch's soulful vocals made a comeback with the latest single Sky Full Of Song, ahead of a June release for new record, High as Hope. Fans of the British chart-toppers will not be disappointed with this comeback, as Florence's eye-boggling outfits and incredible vocals are here to stay along with their Kate Bush-esque pop-rock.
The band is the recording name of singer/songwriter Florence Welch and a collaboration of other artists who provide backing music for her; Florence Welch is the band's only constant member. An art-college dropout from Camberwell, London, she was discovered singing Motown covers in a nightclub toilet, drunk. Musically Florence and the Machine's sound is generally referred to as soul inspired indie rock.
Performance date: 30 September 2018
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