Theresa Andersson’s new album, Street Parade, captures the old soul of New Orleans in all of its grit and glory, and gives it a new, electric heart.
Florence and the Machine rock the power pop on new album Ceremonials.
Sometimes we just want to share something utterly delicious and delightful with you: like Florence & the Machine’s turn as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live this weekend. Florence Welch blew the lid off of 30 Rock, performing “Dog Days Are Over” and “You’ve Got the Love.”
An beautifully spent hour later, and a touch melancholic, I was grateful.
We’ve been crying over the sold out status of the Florence and the Machine show at Oakland’s Fox Theatre for months, kids. Thankfully you can stop trolling Craigslist for outrageously priced resales for the show Nov. 5 and enter to exclusively win free tickets through the band’s Facebook page!
We love the hell out of Florence & the Machine. So we were happy to hear that she was planning on recreating her explosion (ahem.) of color and glamtastic video for “Dog Days Are Over” on stage at the MTV VMAs Sunday, but skeptical of how she’d pull it off.