By: florencemachinefanclub | June 15, 2016

Guest-author Lori D Wright presents an exclusive review of Florence + the Machine's roaring concert at Mansfield's Xfinity Center (Massachusetts), 7th June 2016.

Photography exclusively shot for us by Matthew Shelter (Stage Light Photography)

Florence and the Machine Xfinity Center 7th June 2016, Mansfield, Massachusetts, Matthew Shelter
Matthew Shelter (c)

By: florencemachinefanclub | June 09, 2016

Florence Welch has been confirmed to feature on the new collaborative album by Interpol's Paul Banks and Wu-Tang Clan's RZA (together known as Banks and Steelz), titled "Anything But Words".


Florence sings on track 5, called "Wild Season". Speaking about the track, the duo said 


        "She sent us something that was jaw droppingly amazing. She just killed it."


The album is due for release on the 26th of August 2016.

By: florencemachinefanclub | May 02, 2016

We've analysed the full cohesive Odyssey and Third Eye video, due to popular request. You can read the full thing below.

By: florencemachinefanclub | April 26, 2016

Florence + the Machine's 'The Odyssey', directed by Vincent Haycock over the past year and a half, has premiered online.


The short film, set in Yucatan (Mexico), Los Angeles (USA), and London (UK), features every song from the standard version of 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful', apart from Caught. It includes two acapella connecting clips, some short spoken scenes, and a surprise ending with a special appearance from Rob Ackroyd (the band's guitarist).


The Odyssey contains 9 chapters, symbolising the 9 circles of hell set out by Dante's Divine Comedy:


1 - What Kind of Man

2 - How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful

3 - St Jude

4 - Ship to Wreck

5 - Queen of Peace

6 - Long and Lost

7 - Mother

8 - Delilah

9 - Third Eye


You can watch the full Odyssey at www...

By: florencemachinefanclub | April 22, 2016

Due to the extremely unfortunate death of music legend Prince, Florence + the Machine announced 10 minutes before the premiere of their short film 'The Odyssey' that the screening and online live Q&A would be postponed until a later date.


The new date is SUNDAY 24TH APRIL 2016, at 7pm UK time. A live Facebook Q&A will follow. 

www.florenceandthemachine.net


The band and Vincent Haycock, who directed the Odyssey, are truly sorry and hope you can understand that this has been a rough situation for them to deal with.

Florence Welch and Vincent Haycock at Facebook Headquarters for their Q&A on
Florence Welch and Vincent Haycock at Facebook Headquarters for their "The Odyssey" Q&A. Picture by the Florence + the Machine Fan Club
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