Florence’s pre-raphaelite-pop returns with mixed results on the long-awaited High As Hope.
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Singles, singles, singles! There’s hardly an album in sight as Sam Law runs down his pick of the week’s new music.
Florence and the Machine stopped off at Alexandra Palace as part of their ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’ UK headline tour (22/09/15).
The Spanish festival will also see the likes of Clean Bandit and Bastille.
The indie pop festival favourites are back, with a haunting and beautiful, but flawed, sophomore effort.
The How Big Tour will end with four dates at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Olivia Dellar looks back at Florence’s third album.
Writer Sophie Trenear offers the best songs to prepare for the coming year. iPods at the ready.
AURORA embarks on a UK tour this autumn, see her in the heart of our great capital on the 13th October.
Ed Sheeran and The Weeknd are also strong contenders for next year’s awards, which will take place in February 2016.
US country singer Carrie Underwood has also joined the bill for the music event, which is set to take place in London later this month.
James Bay and Leon Bridges have also joined the line-up for the upcoming music event, which is set to take place from 19th-28th September.
Florence + The Machine have been confirmed as the replacement headline act for the Pyramid Stage on Friday 26th June.
More than three years since their last album, will third time charm for Florence Welch and her Mechanical music group?