Posts Tagged ‘Florence + The Machine’

NEWS: Glastonbury Festival add 69 acts to 2015 line-up, including Motörhead & Enter Shikari!

The legendary Glastonbury Festival have added a further 69 acts to join this year’s line-up with already confirmed headliners Foo Fighters and Kanye West, with the latest additions including Motörhead, Enter Shikari, and Death Cab For Cutie. All newly announced acts are outlined below:

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NEWS: Sumerian Records to release Florence And The Machine cover album, ‘Sumerian Ceremonials: Florence + The Sphinx’!

Sumerian Records have unexpectedly announced a compilation CD of bands on the record label covering the Florence + The Machine album ‘Ceremonials’. The album, entitled ‘Sumerian Ceremonials: Florence + The Sphinx’ is out on May 13th and the full tracklisting and artwork can be seen below:

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NEWS: Florence + The Machine announces December headline UK tour!

To promote her successful sophomore effort, ‘Ceremonials’, Florence + The Machine has announced a final short string of headline UK dates for the year. The tour dates are outlined below:

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NEWS: Spector support Florence + The Machine on UK tour next month!

Spector has been confirmed as main support on the upcoming Florence + The Machine UK tour, which kicks off early next month. All dates of the tour are as follows:

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NEWS: Florence + The Machine announces March 2012 UK tour!

Following the recent success of her sophomore record, ‘Ceremonials’, Florence + The Machine has just announced a headline tour of the UK this March. All dates of which can be found below:

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ALBUM: Florence + The Machine – Ceremonials

Release Date: October 31st, 2011
Label: Island
Website: www.florenceandthemachine.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/florenceandthemachine
Twitter: www.twitter.com/flo_tweet

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What an unarguably breathtaking vocal ability Florence Welsh demonstrated in the 2009 release of her debut album, ‘Lungs’. However, it seems in her second album, ‘Ceremonials’, that The Machine has begun to dig its heels in a bit. I’m hearing all of the things originally presented in 2009, but with more umph from the instrumentation.

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