florence + the machine
The English group's first single and video since 2016 is something a bit more muted, but still rapturous in its own way.
Is it Kanye? Coldplay? Could it be... Keane?
Holy freaking crap, it's been one helluva year for music. We attempt to name some of our favorites. And yes, we know, we missed some.
'The Guardian' published a survey of the UK festival circuit that shows 2,336 men performing on stage compared to 270 women, but some bookers don't seem to think that's their problem.
Florence + The Machine, Spoon, Reggie Watts, and 'Game of Thrones' closed out the final day of Bonnaroo 2015.
We used forensic analysis to calculate the festival's highlights.
Ahead of her Coachella set this weekend, the London belter examines her destructive side in this new song.
Am I drinking my coffee in an enchanted forest in back 1614?
A$AP Rocky teams up with Florence Welch, Pantha du Prince enlists The Bell Laboratory, and a vocoded cover of Chromeo.
Jamie xx reworks The xx, Retroid re-rubs Florence, and Ellie Goulding gets the Birdy Nam Nam treatment.
The artist has just released her latest music video for her single, “Lover to Lover.”
Diplo catches Bieber Fever, Korean collective Byul.org teams up with Mimyo, dubstep poster boy Skrillex takes on Birdy Nam Nam, Florence gets Calvin-ized, and a fresh take on Björk’s “Virus.”