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Florence + the Machine announce 'High As Hope' UK Tour

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Florence + the Machine has today announced details of the UK leg of the ‘High As Hope Tour’. A pre-sale for the 8-date run of shows – which includes London’s The O2 in November – opens on May 30th at 10AM, with general sale beginning on June 1st at 10AM.

This follows the news of Florence + the Machine’s hugely-anticipated new album, ‘High As Hope’, which will be released on June 29th on Virgin EMI. The record was officially launched with the striking video for first single ‘Hunger’, whilst Florence also made her return to the live stage with intimate UK & US shows.

Fourth album ‘High As Hope’ already has the feel of a career-defining moment for Florence, venturing into new territory as much as it reaches back to one’s roots. A recent show at London’s Royal Festival Hall was greeted with a series of 5-star reviews, in which Florence also teased further new material for the first time (“one of the most thrilling shows of the year,” The Times; “a euphoric return by a singular talent,” The Telegraph; “a towering performer twists back with power and poetry,” Evening Standard”).

Florence + the Machine ‘High As Hope’ tour-dates are as follows:

November 15 || Leeds, First Direct Arena
November 16 || Birmingham, Genting Arena
November 17 || Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
November 19 || Dublin, 3 Arena
November 21 || London, The O2
November 23 || Manchester, Manchester Arena
November 25 || Brighton, Brighton Centre
November 26 || Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena

 
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Date: Thursday 31st of May 2018
 
Editor: laura[at]lojovstheworld.co.uk
 
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Florence + The Machine (recording as Florence And The Machine) is the name of Florence Welch and a collaboration of other artists who provide backing music for her voice. Florence is an art college dropout from Camberwell, London, who was discovered singing Motown covers in a nightclub toilet, drunk. Musically Florence and the Machine's sound is generally referred to as soul-inspired indie rock.

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