This Week’s Top Tickets: Florence and the Machine, Robbie Williams, Muse, Christine and the Queens, Bring Me The Horizon, BST Hyde Park, All Points East, Jess Glynne, Noel Gallagher, Pete Tong, Anderson Paak, The Script, Teenage Cancer Trust Series, Hall and Oates, Hugh Jackman, Michael Ball and more

Two more headliners have been confirmed for London’s British Summer Time Hyde Park series with Florence and the Machine topping the bill on July 13 followed by Robbie Williams the next day. Over at Victoria Park, meanwhile, Christine and the Queens will headline All Points East on May 26 with Bring Me The Horizon set to perform on May 31.

Other big announcements include a handful of Noel Gallagher summer shows, Pete Tong and the Heritage Orchestra presenting Ibiza Classics at some of the UK’s biggest arenas, Hall and Oates spring dates and the Teenage Cancer Trust concert series’ return to London’s Royal Albert Hall. The Script have also set up their own run of intimate shows in March. There’s also Michael Ball tour dates in April and May plus Hugh Jackman’s debut world tour, which will see the Academy Award-nominated, Golden Globe and Tony Award-winner performing hit songs from The Greatest ShowmanLes Miserables and more from Broadway and film, accompanied by a live orchestra at UK arenas next summer.

Florence and the Machine at BST Hyde Park

Florence + the Machine have announced a huge show in London next year, topping the bill at British Summer Time Hyde Park on July 13. They will be joined by the National, Lykke Li, Khruangbin and Nadine Shah, with more acts due to be announced soon. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on December 7. Head here for pre-sale tickets.

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Robbie Williams at BST Hyde Park

Robbie Williams has announced he’ll return to London for a massive show at next year’s British Summer Time Hyde Park. The X Factor judge, former Take That member and solo artist will top the bill on the Great Oak Stage at London’s Hyde Park on July 14. Tickets are on sale now.

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Muse

Muse have added a show at Bristol’s Ashton Gate Stadium on June 5 to their Simulation Theory world tour, with plans also in place to call at London Stadium on June 1 and Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on June 8. Tickets for the Bristol stop are on sale at 9am on December 7.

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Christine and the Queens at All Points East

Christine and the Queens will top the bill at London’s All Points East festival in Victoria Park next spring, making the step up to festival headliner for the first time on May 26. Tickets are on sale at 9am on December 7. Head here for pre-sale tickets.

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Bring Me The Horizon at All Points East

The metal giants, who will release ‘Amo’ on January 25, are set to top the bill at London’s All Points East festival in Victoria Park on May 31, alongside Run The Jewels, Nothing But Thieves, Idles, Scarlxrd and Yonaka. Tickets are on sale at 9am on December 7.

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Jess Glynne

Fresh from wrapping up an arena run of her own, and with plans in the diary to open for the Spice Girls on their comeback tour next year, Glynne has lined up stops at Thetford Forest, Delamere Forest, Sherwood Pines Forest, Dalby Forest and Cannock Chase Forest during June and into July. Tickets are on sale at 9am on December 7.

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Noel Gallagher

The former Oasis guitarist will be accompanied by his backing band, the High Flying Birds, at huge summer shows in Cardiff, Norwich, Manchester, Dublin and Exeter during May and June. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on December 7.

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Pete Tong and the Heritage Orchestra

Pete Tong and the Heritage Orchestra have announced a new arena tour for December 2019. Tickets go on general sale at 9.30am on December 7.

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Anderson Paak

Fresh from the release of ‘Oxnard’ the multi-instrumentalist has lined up March shows in London, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin. Tickets are on sale at 9am on December 7.

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The Script

The pop-rockers, who released their ‘Acoustic Sessions’ EP earlier this year, will head to Bath, Carlisle, Halifax, Southend and Portsmouth in the build up to a Teenage Cancer Trust date at the Royal Albert Hall in London next March. Tickets are on sale at 9am on December 7.

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Teenage Cancer Trust live series with Rudimental, Take That, Doves, the Script and Levellers

Rudimental will top the bill on March 25 and will be joined by Ghetts, Take That will perform on March 28, Doves will take to the stage for the first time in nine years the following day, the Script will headline on March 30 and the run will end on March 31 with A Beautiful Night Out featuring and curated by Levellers. Supporting acts will be announced at a later date. Tickets go on sale at 9am on December 7.

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Hall and Oates

The legendary pop duo will head to Birmingham, London, Manchester and Glasgow during April and into May, with tickets on sale at 10am on December 7. Head here for pre-sale tickets.

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Hugh Jackman

Hugh Jackman has announced his first world tour. The Man. The Music. The Show. will see the Academy Award-nominated, Golden Globe and Tony Award-winner performing hit songs from The Greatest ShowmanLes Miserables and more from Broadway and film, accompanied by a live orchestra at Manchester Arena, Birmingham’s Resorts World Arena, Dublin’s 3Arena and London’s O2 Arena for two dates in early June. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on December 7.

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Michael Ball

Dubbed Coming Home To You, the tour will take the vocalist to Nottingham, York, Glasgow, Hull, Gateshead, Bristol, Liverpool, London, Sheffield, Manchester, Ipswich, Brighton, Southampton, Oxford, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Cardiff, Blackpool and Leicester during April and May. Tickets are on sale at 9am on December 7.

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Also announced this week:

Sleaford Mods, Lower Than Atlantis, Taking Back Sunday, James, Circa Waves, The Nightmare Before Christmas Live, Olly Murs, Midnight Oil, the Lounge Kittens, Rudimental, Toto, Gipsy Kings, Kew the Music, Wet Wet Wet, Soak, Sports Team, the Australian Pink Floyd Show, Easy Life, Joyce Manor, Black Peaks, the Coral, the Lemonheads, Stella Donnelly, Clean Cut Kid, Can’t Swim, Young Fathers, Yak, Restorations, Ben Elton and more. Head here for more information and to find your tickets.

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Pre-Sale Tickets: Florence and the Machine at BST Hyde Park, Christine and the Queens at All Points East, Hall and Oates, Kew The Music, Toto, Gipsy Kings and Midnight Oil

Florence and the Machine at BST Hyde Park

Florence + the Machine have announced a huge show in London next year, topping the bill at British Summer Time Hyde Park on July 13. They will be joined by the National, Lykke Li, Khruangbin and Nadine Shah, with more acts due to be announced soon.

Pre-sale opens at 9am on December 6, prior to general sale at 9am on December 7.

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Christine and the Queens at All Points East

Christine and the Queens will top the bill at London’s All Points East festival in Victoria Park next spring, making the step up to festival headliner for the first time on May 26.

Pre-sale tickets are on sale at 9am on December 6 with general sale beginning at 9am on December 7.

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Hall and Oates

The legendary pop duo will play arena shows in Birmingham, London, Manchester and Glasgow during April and into May.

Pre-sale is open now, prior to general sale at 10am on December 7.

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Kew The Music with Beverley Knight, Billy Ocean, Jools Holland, Craig David and Rick Astley

Beverley Knight, Billy Ocean, Jools Holland and Rick Astley have been confirmed to perform at next year’s Kew The Music series in west London next summer. They join Craig David at the series, with further acts to be announced in the coming months.

Pre-sale opens at 10am on December 6 ahead of general sale at 10am on December 7.

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Live at Chelsea with Toto and Gipsy Kings

Toto and Gipsy Kings have been announced for next year’s Live At Chelsea series, with Toto performing at London’s Royal Hospital Chelsea on June 13, followed by a set from Gipsy Kings on June 14.

Pre-sale opens at 10am on Thursday, December 6. General sale starts 24 hours later at 10am on December 7.

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Midnight Oil

As part of a European tour supporting their recent ‘Armistice Day’ live album, the iconic Australian rock band will play June shows in Manchester and Dublin prior to a night at the O2 Academy Brixton in London.

Pre-sale opens at 10am on December 6, prior to general sale at 10am on December 7.

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This Week’s New Releases: Florence + The Machine, Drake And Gorillaz

There are some big records out this week! Florence + the Machine have followed up 2015’s ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’, Drake has put out his highly anticipated fifth album, while Gorillaz have offered up LP #6.

Not quite floating your boat? Head below for more new releases.

Beth Rowley – ‘Gota Fría’ (Stoopnik)

Bruce Dickinson – ‘Scream For Me Sarajevo’ (BMG)

Buffalo Springfield – ‘What’s That Sound? The Complete Albums Collection’ (Rhino)

Bullet For My Valentine – ‘Gravity’ (Spinefarm)

Converge- ‘Beautiful Ruin’ EP (Epitaph)

Drake – ‘Scorpion’ (Republic/Young Money/Cash Money Records)

Embrace – ‘Love Is A Basic Need (Orchestral)’ (Cooking Vinyl)

The Essex Green – ‘Hardly Electronic’ (Merge Records)

Fangclub – ‘True Love’ EP (Vertigo Records)

The Flaming Lips – ‘Seeing The Unseeable: The Complete Studio Recordings Of The Flaming Lips 1986-1990’ (Rhino)

Floex, Tom Hodge and Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra – ‘A Portrait Of John Doe’ (Mercury KX/Decca)

Florence + the Machine – ‘High As Hope’ (Virgin EMI)

Gorillaz – ‘The Now Now’ (Parlophone)

Guns N’Roses – ‘Appetite For Destruction – 31st Anniversary Remastered’ (Geffen)

Jaye Jayle – ‘No Trail and Other Unholy Paths’ (Sargent House)

Jim James – ‘Uniform Distortion’ (ATO)

John Coltrane – ‘Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album’ (Verve)

Let’s Eat Grandma – ‘I’m All Ears’ (Transgressive/PIAS)

The Milk Carton Kids – ‘All The Things That I Did And All The Things That I Didn’t Do’ (Anti/Epitaph)

Protoje – ‘A Matter Of Time’ (Mr Bongo)

Ray Davies – ‘Our Country: Americana Act 2’ (Sony)

The Rubens – ‘Lo La Ru’ (The Rubens)

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Tour Of The Week: Florence And The Machine

Florence and the Machine will support their upcoming LP with an autumn UK arena tour. Florence and the Machine tickets are on sale now, priced £35.00/£37.50 plus fees.

With ‘High As Hope’ set to arrive on June 29 through Virgin EMI, Florence Welch and band will call in Leeds, Birmingham, Glasgow, Dublin, Manchester, Brighton, Cardiff and London, where they’ll perform two nights at the O2 Arena, between November 15 and 26.

Florence and the Machine Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Thu November 15 2018 – LEEDS first direct Arena
Fri November 16 2018 – BIRMINGHAM Genting Arena
Sat November 17 2018 – GLASGOW SSE Hydro
Mon November 19 2018 – DUBLIN 3Arena Dublin
Wed November 21 2018 – LONDON O2 Arena
Thu November 22 2018 – LONDON O2 Arena
Fri November 23 2018 – MANCHESTER Arena
Sun November 25 2018 – BRIGHTON Centre
Mon November 26 2018 – CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena Cardiff

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The Pick Of Friday’s Tickets: Florence And The Machine, MGMT, Josh Groban, Morrissey, Johnny Marr, UB40, Popcaan, Sasha and more…

FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE

Florence and the Machine will support their upcoming new LP, ‘High As Hope’, with an autumn UK arena tour. With the album set to arrive on June 29 through Virgin EMI, Florence Welch and band will call in Leeds, Birmingham, Glasgow, Dublin, Manchester, Brighton, Cardiff and London, where they’ll perform at the O2 Arena, between November 15 and 26. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 1.

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MGMT 

MGMT will tour the UK in December as part of a wider European tour supporting their recently released new album, ‘Little Dark Age’. Stops include the Eventim Apollo in London, Glasgow’s SWG3, O2 Academy Leeds and Manchester’s Albert Hall. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on June 1.

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JOSH GROBAN

Josh Groban has announced arena shows in the UK and Ireland. The December dates will take the singer-songwriter to London, Manchester and Dublin, with tickets on sale at 9am on June 1.

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MORRISSEY

The former Smiths frontman has lined up shows in Edinburgh, Portsmouth and Reading around his two previously confirmed homecoming concerts at Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl in July. Tickets for the new shows go on sale at 10am on June 1.

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JOHNNY MARR

The former Smiths guitarist, who has a new LP, ‘Call The Comet’, out on June 15, will head to Belfast, Dublin, Norwich, Birmingham, Bath, Cardiff, Brighton, London, Sheffield, Newcastle, Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester during November. Tickets are on sale at 10am on June 1.

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UB40

UB40 have announced a new album and details of a 40th anniversary tour for 2019. Tickets go on sale at 9am on June 1.

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POPCAAN

The Jamaican dancehall artist, who is due to release ‘Forever’ in August, will call at the SSE Arena Wembley, Manchester Academy and the O2 Academy Birmingham on December 6,7 and 8 respectively. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 1.

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SASHA

Sasha has announced Refracted: Live shows at the O2 Academy Brixton in London on December 14, O2 Apollo Manchester the following day, and Glasgow Barrowland on December 16. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on June 1.

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Also announced this week

Snow Patrol, Good Charlotte, State Champs, Jorja Smith, Mac DeMarco, Suggs, Albert Hammond Jr., Sigala, Echo and the Bunnymen, BTS, Knuckle Puck, Young Fathers, Palaye Royale, Flogging Molly, Crown The Empire, Employed To Serve, Jake Bugg, Tony Hadley, Stereo Honey, Khruangbin, Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, Hands Like Houses, As It Is, the Interrupters, Home Free, Carpenter Brut, Car Seat Headrest, Barbara Dickson, Dan Owen, Deer Tick, Cassia, The Bad Flowers, Federal Charm, Steve ‘N’ Seagulls, Dub FX, Amber Arcades, Ceelo Green, Warwick Johnson, Lithics, Slade, The House of Love, Haley, Phoebe Bridgers and more.

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The Pick Of Friday’s Tickets: Rudimental, Florence And The Machine, Daddy Yankee, Frank Turner, John Grant, Incubus, Madness, The Damned and more…

RUDIMENTAL

Rudimental have announced an October tour, including a second night at London’s Alexandra Palace due to demand, alongside new stops in Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, Birmingham, Manchester and Bournemouth. Tickets are on general sale at 9am on April 27.

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FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE

Florence and the Machine will play shows at Halifax’s Victoria Theatre on May 5, Baths Hall in Scunthorpe the following day, and London’s Royal Festival Hall on May 8, prior to opening the Rolling Stones’ London Stadium show on May 25. Tickets are on sale at 10am on April 27.

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DADDY YANKEE

The King of Reggaeton will play a huge show at the SSE Arena Wembley in London on August 10, with support from Dominican vocalist Natti Natasha. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on April 27.

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FRANK TURNER

The folk-punk singer-songwriter’s new LP, ‘Be More Kind’, is out on May 4, with shows in Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Bournemouth, Cardiff and London set to follow between January 22 and February 3. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on April 27.

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JOHN GRANT

The American singer-songwriter will call in Dublin, Birmingham, Bangor, Brighton, London, Bath, Sheffield and Manchester throughout June, August, October and November. Tickets go on sale at 10am on April 27.

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INCUBUS

The California band will play the O2 Academy Birmingham, the O2 Academy Brixton, Manchester’s O2 Apollo, Belfast’s Ulster Hall and Dublin’s Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in early September as part of a European tour. Tickets are on sale at 9am on April 27.

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MADNESS

The legendary ska-pop troupe will bring their The Sound of Madness Tour to arenas in December, including stops in Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Plymouth, Bournemouth, Nottingham, Birmingham, Glasgow, Hull, Reading, Cardiff, Brighton, and London, where they’ll perform at the O2 Arena. Tickets go on general sale at 9.30am on April 27, with the Fratellis set to support on all dates except Minehead and Cardiff.

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THE DAMNED

David Vanian, Captain Sensible, Monty Oxymoron, Pinch and Paul Gray will call in Brighton, Norwich, Cheltenham, London, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Coventry and Oxford between November 19 and December 1. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on April 27.

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Also announced this week

Stereophonics, Biffy Clyro, Bullet For My Valentine, Christine and The Queens, Coasts, A Perfect Circle, SikTh, Teenage Fanclub, Hiss Golden Messenger, Tom Chaplin, Kurt Vile, Hobo Johnson, Tiny Moving Parts, The Contortionist, Tom Walker, The Sherlocks, Emma Blackery, Sons Of Bill, Myles Kennedy, Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons, Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats, L.A. Witch, Kelis, Alexisonfire, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Clare Bowen, Enation, John Oates, K Flay, the Wood Brothers, Bill Bailey, Chris Ramsey, Rachel Parris, Luisa Omielan, Paul Merton, Joshua Radin, William Fitzsimmons, Jade Bird, Will Varley, the Sheepdogs, the Bootleg Beatles, Jaret Reddick, Afro Celt Sound System, Ry Cooder, 808 State, Okkervil River and more.

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On This Day In Music: Happy Birthday Florence Welch!

On August 28, 1986 Florence + the Machine’s Florence Welch was born. Happy birthday Florence!

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On This Day In Music: Happy Birthday Florence Welch!

On August 28, 1986 Florence + the Machine’s Florence Welch was born. Happy birthday Florence!

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Staff Picks: Milly McMahon

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Best Albums of 2015

Jamie Woon – ‘Making Time’

A irreverent and experimental progression from his outstanding debut LP, Woon’s sophomore album is a life-enhancing experience. Fusing international rhythms and flavours, Woon invites his listeners to explore beyond the boundaries of what they have come to expect from chart music. Disregarding any musical trends or pre-determined expectations that may have affected his creative freedom, ‘Making Time’ is original and brave. Woon is an artist in every sense of the word.

Tame Impala – ‘Currents’

Creating music exciting and interesting enough to satisfy his die hard fans and those new to his expertly crafted sound, Tame Impala’s ‘Currents’ album is Kevin Parker’s greatest to date. Representing just how magical his signature psychedelic aesthetic can feel, ‘Currents’ presses the pause button on time past and present, hypnotising and then guiding listeners softly away from reality.

Lana Del Rey – ‘Honeymoon’

The most exotic and timeless creature of current chart music coined an album more ethereal and ambitious than her previous three LPs for 2015. Including a Burnt Norton interlude from T S Eliot, the epic and opulent offering Salvatore, inspired by her Italian lover, and unforgettable High By The Beach, Del Rey reinstates herself as the pioneer of cinematic romance. Like some character from a dark David Lynch film, Lana fearlessly throws herself into a make believe world of sadness and seduction.

The Weeknd – ‘Beauty Behind the Madness’

Abel Tesfaye is unstoppable with his salacious, powerful R&B anthems. ‘Beauty Behind the Madness’ paired him with Lana Del Rey, Sia and Ed Sheeran, introducing a more reflective and wide spanning arrangements of songs that reflect a confident sound engineered for a bigger audience. Still hedonistic as hell, I love Abel’s ability to say the most gnarly of things in the most beautiful of ways.

Florence and The Machine – ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’

If Foals created one of the best orchestral albums of the year with ‘What Went Down’ flame haired Flo most definitely created the most accomplished instrumental LP of 2015. Charged with a ferocious array of fury, angst and elation, Flo howls with elegant emotion on this quintessentially British compendium of crashing melodic tides. Conjuring an existential experience, ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’ is fuel for running, crying, kissing, screaming and just sitting quietly.

Best Songs of 2015

Selena Gomez feat. A$AP Rocky – Good For You

Selena steps up her game, collaborating with the illest rapper in the industry, the inimitable A$AP Rocky. Seductive and intriguing, the simple structure of Good For You builds with a distinct and sinister playfulness, capitalising on Selena’s innocence and Rocky’s uncensored sexual desire. The stripped-back sound and understated video make the song difficult to forget. Mesmeric and affecting, Good For You was a love it or hate it moment for the ex-Disney starlet. I LOVED it.

Drake – Hotline Bling

Arguably the best styled music video of the year, Drake’s Hotline Bling cast a magical spell over us all. Inspiring countless memes, copycat dances and slogan tees, Hotline Bling is Drake at his best, salsa-ing brazen in the face of his haters. Completely addictive, the lyrics run incessantly through the mind, on loop when experienced just once. Drake is a concept, a brand, a movement and so much more than just an artist. Hotline Bling epitomises his aesthetic, which is a luxe lifestyle we’re all busy buying into right now

Years and Years – Shine

Years & Years coined the most phenomenal pop album of 2015. Their debut LP ‘Communion’ is a truly brilliant body of work. Bursting with romantic optimism, Shine feels like a flash of melodic euphoria, dripping in colour and bursting with happiness. Transporting listeners to a place a of beauty, Shine is a serotonin-drenched gift of a track.

Foals – What Went Down

Stepping back up to the microphone to reclaim ownership of their vast international arena crowds, Foals unleashed a powerful thrash of a track in What Went Down. Unmatched by any other band attempting to rival their high octane productions, the poetic lyrics, deeply stirring vocal and instrumental arrangements are potent. The orchestra of anarchy Foals conjure is a dark, heady storm of provocative crescendos. This is fight music.

Adele – Hello

It is only good, right and true that the queen of hearts should return to our airwaves with a song so intense it quickly conjures memories of each profound moment our hearts have ever broken. Adele’s Hello tells the tragic story of romance wrecked and forgotten, the tear-stained losses we have all endured. Adele’s rich and bold vocal tones scream with passion, expressing the frustration we have all felt and struggled to repress. Adele liberates our hurt, with an effortless finesse so delicate it is truly masterful. Hello is the heart’s swan song, sung without fear that lovers past might hear.

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The Pick Of Friday’s Tickets: Adele, Lionel Richie, Florence And The Machine (BST Hyde Park), The Four Tops And Temptations, David Gilmour And Little Mix

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ADELE

Adele has confirmed a string of arena shows across the UK and Ireland next spring. The record-breaking vocalist will support her latest album, ’25’, with two nights in Belfast, two dates in Dublin, two in Manchester, four at London’s O2 Arena, two in Glasgow and a further brace in Birmingham. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced between £35.00 and £45.00, plus fees.

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LIONEL RICHIE

Having already scheduled arena shows in Manchester and London, the pop icon has added a run of stadium shows to his summer tour plans, including stops in Swansea, Colwyn Bay, Colchester and Gloucester, along with a new gig at Sheffield Arena and an Eden Sessions set in St. Austell. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, with the Eden Sessions following at 12pm on December 8, priced at £40.00 plus fees.

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FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE (British Summer Time Hyde Park)

Florence And The Machine are the latest headliners announced for London’s British Summer Time series. The vocalist and her band will top the bill at Hyde Park on July 2 with support from Kendrick Lamar, Jamie XX and Blood Orange. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £59.50 plus fees.

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THE FOUR TOPS and TEMPTATIONS

The Four Tops and Temptations will head out on tour together next autumn. The legendary vocal groups will be joined by Tavares for arena shows in Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Nottingham, Birmingham, London and Bournemouth, with the headliners then heading on to Southend for a date at the Cliffs Pavilion. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £45.00 (£47.50 in London), plus fees.

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DAVID GILMOUR

David Gilmour will play four more concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall next September, his only UK concerts to be announced for 2016. The new shows follow on from the Pink Floyd guitarist’s five sell out shows at the same venue earlier this autumn. Tickets are on sale at 10am tomorrow, priced at £65.00 plus fees.

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LITTLE MIX

Little Mix have added more UK dates to their Get Weird tour. The group have confirmed additional April stops at arenas in Aberdeen on April 11, Liverpool on April 21, London on April 22 and Sheffield on April 23. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £25.00 plus fees.

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