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Florence + the Machine subtle but powerful on dynamic new rcord
We had to wait a long time for this. Florence + the Machine took four years to launch their third album called How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. After the big and bombastic second album Ceremonials from 2011 it was interesting to hear how Florence Welch had developed in those years out of the spotlight and it turns out, she kept all the good qualities of her musical output so far, but did shake things up more than a little with a more subtle and restrained approach.
Florence premieres third song from upcoming album
As you might know, these are exciting times for us fans of Florence + the Machine. The band will be releasing their new record How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful on the 1st of June and the promotion machine is rolling on full force, as they premiered a third track earlier tonight, called ‘Ship To Wreck’. The song got its first play on BBC Radio 1 and shows a different side to their third record than ‘What Kind of Man’ and ‘St. Jude’ did.
Florence explores new sounds on upcoming third record
Florence + the Machine are in the midst of the promotion of their upcoming third album called How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. In February, Florence Welch and her band launched their immense comeback single ‘What Kind Of Man’ with loud vocals and a whirlwind of a chorus. The second track to be taken from the new album, ‘St. Jude’, is kind of the opposite and seems to function as the calm after the storm.