By: florencemachinefanclub | February 20, 2019

Florence Welch graced the red carpet at the BRIT Awards 2019 tonight, held in London's O2 Arena.

She was nominated for both 'Female Solo Artist', and 'Album of the Year', but both were snubbed from her and the band.

Take a look at some photos from the night below!

By: florencemachinefanclub | January 23, 2019

Florence + the Machine's hotly anticipated song 'Moderation' has been confirmed for release tomorrow (24/01/2019), on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show at 5pm GMT.


The song was originally performed live in Australia during the High As Hope Tour, and received many mysterious names, including 'Train Station', 'MD?', 'Jubilation', 'Meditation' and 'Jubilation'. 

By: florencemachinefanclub | January 12, 2019

Congratulations to the band, who have been nominated for not one, but two awards.

  • Solo Act
  • Album of the Year
Tune in to the award ceremony on the 20th February to see whether the band win any of their nominated categories. Good luck!

By: florencemachinefanclub | January 12, 2019

Florence + the Machine shocked their Australian audience last night at the RAC Arena, on the first night of their Australian tour with a new song.


Without introduction, the new song 'Moderation' was performed and lapped up by the crowd.

It is still unclear whether we will be receiving a full version of the song any time soon, but we sure hope the shiny new rock anthem will be released at some point. Listen below.

By: florencemachinefanclub | August 23, 2018

It has been just over a month since we attended the vibrant, other-worldly Melt Festival in Germany. Whilst the whole festival was amazing, we are obviously still reeling from the performance delivered by a certain red-haired sorceress – Florence + the Machine.

 

Our day started with the very easy commute to Ferropolis from our rented flat in nearby Dessau. Of course, we blasted songs from all her albums whilst loudly chanting to them, so that passers-by knew we were unmistakably on our way to see Florence + the Machine. In true hardcore Florence + the Machine fan fashion, we decided to wait at the front row of the main stage from the opening time until the end of their set. The eight hour wait, in which we also witnessed some other...

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