One can typically be assured that whenever Florence Welch makes a return, she’s going to deliver something in an artistic manner. Well Florence + The Machine are definitely back with a video to their new single ‘Sky Full Of Song’. With AG Rojas handling the direction, the black and white-shot visuals resemble that of an art house short film, with Welch on the floor on a minimally designed set with clips showing flowers growing out of small pyramids of dirt. ‘Sky Full Of Song’ is out via Universal. Read more […]
Florence + The Machine’s video ‘Delilah’ is an intense interaction of dancing throughout a motel or possibly an apartment building in downtown Los Angeles. Ripe with religious tones planted in the video, Florence Welch appears to be possessed by spirits amidst what could be considered a small cult of dancers. Directed by Vincent Haycock, the song is taken from Florence + The Machine’s latest LP ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’.
After cancelling their Glastonbury performance due to Dave Grohl breaking his leg in Sweden, the Foo Fighters’ headlining spot will now be replaced by Florence + The Machine. Previously scheduled to play before the Foo Fighters, Glastonbury’s Emily Eavis made the announcement that Florence + The Machine was the obvious choice to take over the new slot. On the Foo Fighters’ official website, Dave Grohl wrote an extensive letter regarding the unfortunate incident. We're sorry to report Read more […]
Florence Welch showcases a split personality in the new Florence + The Machine video “Ship To Wreck”. One minute she is displaying a loving side to her boyfriend and the next she is practically beating the living crap out of him. This is the perfect demonstration of the saying “build and destroy”. As much as we want to show sympathy for Flo’s unbalanced mental state, we’re actually feeling more sorry for the poor sap in the video. “Ship To Wreck” is taken from Florence + The Machine’s forthcoming Read more […]
Florence Welch challenges the idea that couples have to suffer together in order to be connected in your powerful video “What Kind Of Man”. Violence, rage, sex, death and passion are all topics that play out in various scenes, that at times can be disturbing, yet at the same time artistically challenging and captivating. The song is taken from Florence + The Machine’s forthcoming LP How Big How Blue How Beautiful, out June 1st. There are also brief scenes containing partial nudity so don’t be Read more […]
Florence Welch puts on her acting hat and delivers a strong piece of short cinema for her latest video “Lover to Lover”. Directed by Vincent Haycock, Welch plays the significant other in a relationship that has drastically fell apart. Have a look. Florence and the Machine: Lover to Lover on Nowness.com. Read more […]
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Florence + The Machine “Breaking Down”
Official clip for Florence + The Machine’s “Spectrum”.
Florence + The Machine releases a visually stunning video for “Never Let Go”.