By: florencemachinefanclub | April 12, 2018

Florence + the Machine return with promo-single 'Sky Full of Song', along with a music video directed by A.G. Rojas, who also worked with Florence on her Odyssey videos for How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.

The songs and video are available to stream / watch right now. 

This is not the lead single, so we can expect more very soon!

By: florencemachinefanclub | April 09, 2018

More exciting news as surfaced regarding Florence + the Machine's 4th studio album, titled 'High As Hope'. Produced by Mark Ronson, album 4 is set to be released in late June 2018 (29th June 2018 as a preliminary date). The first single, titled 'Sky Full of Song' is due for release this Thursday (12th April 2018), with it additionally being sold as a vinyl for Record Store Day on the 21st April.

Rumours have also surfaced that 'High As Hope' will contain 10 tracks on the standard version, including


Sky Full of Song



By: florencemachinefanclub | April 05, 2018

Florence + the Machine's otherworldly orchestral cover of Elton John's 'Tiny Dancer' is now available to stream and download in Australia from Spotify and iTunes respectively.

The song features on Elton John's 'Revamp' tribute album, which features other stellar names., including Lady Gaga, Coldplay and Ed Sheeran.

If the song is not yet available in your area, then listen to it below.

By: florencemachinefanclub | March 15, 2018

Florence Welch Elton John AIDS Foundation Zimbio

Florence + the Machine have collaborated with musical legend Elton John on his new album Revamp

Florence will be covering 'Tiny Dancer' on the new album, which features a re-work of Eltton John's most famous numbers, including:

1) "Bennie And The Jets" / Elton John, P!nk and Logic

2) "We All Fall In Love Sometimes" / Coldplay

3) "I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues" / Alessia Cara

4) "Candle In The Wind" (2018 Version) / Ed Sheeran

5) "Tiny Dancer" / Florence +The Machine

6) "Someone Saved My Life Tonight" / Mumford & Sons

7) "Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word" / Mary J. Blige

8) "Don’t Go Breaking My Heart" / Q-Tip featuring Demi Lovato

9) "Mona...

By: florencemachinefanclub | March 01, 2018

The original drummer of Florence + the Machine, Christopher Lloyd Hayden, posted an emotional message to fans yesterday (28/02/18) announcing his departure from the band after 10 years of performing with them. 

Fans were universally distraught, but also thankful for his massive contribution to the band, and we wish him well with all future endeavours.

The official statement read:

Well.. Hello everyone, Chris here… After 10 Amazing years, I’ve decided to come off the road and to return to my first love of working with new bands, and so I will no longer be drumming with Florence & The Machine.@florence all those years ago touring in your Dads Sundance Campervan - 3 incredible albums - all the way to headlining Glastonbury and Hyde Park ...

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