Florence + The Machine

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Florence + The Machine
Photograph: Mallory Turner Florence and the Machine at Coachella 2015, day 3

Florence Welch and her band have notched up a third consecutive Number One album with their mighty new album ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’, and to celebrate they’re playing no fewer than four enormous Ally Pally shows. ‘Restraint’ isn’t a word many would associate with Florence + The Machine, so count on a huge stage spectacle to go with the new material and, of course, a flawless performance from Flo and co.


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Unbelievable experience!! Florence has both an amazing energy as well as a way of transmitting it! She danced all night without any sign of fatigue or effect on her magical voice. Definitely an unforgettable evening and a must see for every fan!


Wow that lady can sing! She has an absolutely amazing voice and when she performs live, her voice just sounds as fantastic as it does on her albums, she just nails every single note.

It was the first time I saw her perform and she truly seems to be enjoying herself and she makes a great connection with the audience, bathing in the crowds as much as she can. Go see her!


What. A. Goddess. She really knows how to perform and work a stage, running from one side to another and immersing herself in the crowd. The whole of Ally Pally was a hum of Florence hits with the audience singing along. The venue was perfect; large enough but still keeping an intimate vibe. A truly magical way to say so long to summer and hello to autumn.