Florence + the Machine
“It’ll be great to be back in London and we can’t wait to perform for our fans in the Roundhouse and around the world on Apple Music! See you there!” said Niall Horan of 1D.
“Ship to Wreck” by Florence + the Machine is a Rorschach test of words, a breakup described in the language of a fever dream by a sea captain.
Florence + the Machine go even bigger on the band’s latest single from upcoming album, ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful.’
This year’s fest will feature Paul McCartney for the very first time, along with Metallica and Florence and the Machine as headliners.
For the third single from their upcoming album, Florence + the Machine Share a slow-burning ballad.
Florence + The Machine’s new album won’t be out until June, but fans at her London concert last night (March 4) were treated to an early preview.
After looking at Bonnaroo’s 2015 lineup, it’s safe to say Coachella isn’t the only festival that has a serious woman problem. If anything, one might argue Bonnaroo’s problem is far worse.
Started from the bottom, now the Governors Ball is here with a Canadian rapper, a blues duo, a Mickey Mouse-esque DJ and the gangster Nancy Sinatra leading its fifth year lineup.
Signs are pointing towards a new album from Ms. Welch and the crew later on in the year.
By Brian Ives As previously reported, the Bridge School Benefit Concert will be taking place this year, despite the fact that Neil Young (who headlines the event every year) has filed for divorce from Pegi […]