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While Florence + The Machine’s first two albums featured frontwoman Florence Welch posed in a theatrical side profile with her eyes closed, this one finds her staring straight into the camera. That sense of immediacy and alertness is palpable on the band’s most mature, cohesive album yet, starting with propulsive opener “Ship to Wreck”. The lush arrangements bring together a rocking band, strings, brass and Welch’s volcanic, soaring voice—which serves high drama on tracks like the driving “What Kind of Man” and the transcendent “Mother”. How big and beautiful, indeed.

Biography

Formed: 2007 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hailing from South London, Florence Welch writes songs blending pop, soul, and Baroque arrangements into a sound that earned considerable buzz. Florence + the Machine released their debut single, "Kiss with a Fist," on the Moshi Moshi label in June 2008. The critically acclaimed debut album Lungs followed in July 2009 and quickly became one of the year's most popular releases in the U.K., where Florence charted four Top 40 singles in less than 12 months. The songs gathered steam in other parts of...
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