Florence & The Machine soar through a stadium tour
Only once in a generation is the music industry presented with an ethereal, otherworldly songwriter who seems as if they belong in another realm
The likes of Stevie Nicks, Janis Joplin, and Prince have been at the top of a list that includes many artists who followed them. Case in point: Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine. Her love of harps, natural beauty, and songbird-esque vocal tones have put her at the top of many lists, stages, and record-breaking accomplishments.
Florence and the Machine have been nominated for six Grammy’s, including Best Pop Album twice and Best New Artist, as well as nine Brit Awards. They won Critic’s Choice in 2009, and Lungs earned MasterCard British Album Of The Year in 2010. Florence has been consistently riding the airwaves each cycle, staying just under the radar, out of the news, while selling out stadiums. Her accolades only continued to appear more often as the band soared through the industry.
Florence and the Machine is currently on tour promoting High As Hope throughout the United States through September and October, then it’s onto the EU in November and December. January finds the queen of elegant rock in Australia before heading to the rest of Europe. St. Vincent, Lizzo, Kamasi Washington, Grizzly Bear, Perfume Genius, Beth Ditto, Billie Eilish and Wet will open for the band on various dates.