Florence + the Machine has released a new song called «How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful…«, which already has its corresponding video clip and we can see below. The topic will be included in your third studio album, to be published in the coming months. The clip was directed by Tabitha Denholm and Vincent Haycock.
Florence + the Machine they will launch the album promotion through iTunes this week, with an advertising banner. Recall that the independent label Sumerian Records has brought together a group of metal bands last year to edit a special album that compiled metal versions of songs from Florence + The Machine. This album tribute to the British band is called 'Florence + the Sphinx' and contains a total of 12 covers, recorded by 12 different bands among which are the Periphery, responsible for the version of 'Only If For A Night', with the groups Stick to Your Guns (Dog Days Are Over) and Come The Dawn's (What The Water Gave Me).
Florence Welch released her debut 'Lungs' in 2009, an album that won the Best British Album award from MasterCard. The band was also nominated in the Breakthrough Artist category at the 53rd Grammy Awards, but jazz singer Esperanza Spalding ended up taking the award.
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