By: florencemachinefanclub | June 19, 2018

Florence + the Machine have released their 2nd single from their new album 'High as Hope'; Big God.

The song is a bluesy, dark piano-driven track, and was released today. It was co-written with Jamie XX. The music video, directed by Autumn De Wilde and choreographed by Florence Welch and Akram Khan, will be released tomorrow at 8am on Apple Music.

The song itself is about Florence being 'ghosted' whilst texting her boyfriend, and her thoughts on dealing with such feelings.

You can listen to the song on most good streaming apps here:

By: florencemachinefanclub | May 27, 2018

Florence + the Machine lit up the London Stadium (Olympic Park) on Thursday 24th May, opening for the Rolling Stones. Florence then joined the Rolling Stones on stage to duet 'Wild Horses'. Watch below:

By: florencemachinefanclub | May 27, 2018

Get excited for November, because Florence + the Machine have announced arena shows across the UK and Ireland, Their 'High As Hope' tour will begin in Leeds on 15th November, and end in Cardiff (Wales) on the 26th November.

Tickets go on pre-sale 30th May, with general tickets on sale from Friday 1st June 2018.

November 15 Leeds, First Direct Arena 
November 16 Birmingham, Genting Arena 
November 17 Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
November 19 Dublin, 3 Arena 
November 21 London, The O2 
November 23 Manchester, Manchester Arena
November 25 Brighton, Brighton Centre 
November 26 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena

By: florencemachinefanclub | May 23, 2018

Florence + the Machine are set to host their 'High as Hope' tour in North America, with more information coming soon. 

The news was announced following their triumphant performance of 'Hunger' on the Voice USA

By: florencemachinefanclub | May 06, 2018

Florence + the Machine premiered two new song from their upcoming 4th album, 'High As Hope', at Halifax's Victoria Theatre last night (5th May 2018). 

100 Years is a triumphant, feral-sounding chant of a song - we personally love it.

Patricia is a softer ode to Patti Smith, with a catchy ending: "it's such a wonderful thing to love". It also sees a heavy return to the harp.

Watch the videos below.