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Florence and the Machine is the UK-based alternative pop band fronted by Florence Welch. The band's debut album, 'Lungs', was released in July 2009 and held the number two position for its first five weeks in the UK Albums Chart.
In January 2010, the album reached the top position, after being on the chart for 28 consecutive weeks, making it one of the best-selling albums of 2009 and 2010.
Two years later the band released its follow-up, ‘Ceremonials’. Shooting straight to the top of the UK Albums chart, ‘Ceremonials’ reinforced the band’s position as one of the most popular and successful of recent years.
They returned with a new LP, 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful', in June of 2015, also confirming a huge run of arena shows and a four night stand at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Florence and the Machine will release their fourth studio album, 'High As Hope', on June 29. They will support it with a UK and Ireland arena tour in November, following their North American run, and in early 2019, they head to Australia and New Zealand, followed by Europe.
Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information on Stereoboard below.
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It is not hyperbolic saying that Florence and the Machine was one of the best concerts I've seen. Maybe because it was too much fun in the crowd when it rained like hell and the sun came out again, maybe because of Florence's exceeding and engaging dress or maybe because the Songs just brought happiness listening. I guess it was all together. Definitely worth seeing another concert of Florence and the Machine!
Ally Pally 'costume changes and bull' all raw, brilliant talent!! Support act 'the staves' was really good but a bit too long for my liking. Highlight was last song 'dog days are over' with the amazing moon change on stage. I just want to go to next concert. Rll on O2, Brixton or wherever in London!!!
Fri 6th Jul 2018
Florence and the Machine is a name that has become synonymous with OTT pop-rock and sweeping, ethereal elegance. Those turned off by Florence Welch’s banshee wail often overlook the fact that, whether she’s inhabiting a spare ballad or a busy, rousing soundscape, she steadfastly maintains a certain level of composure. This dynamic has worked in the past, but her new album proves that it’s a delicate one to maintain.