Florence Welch made a cameo appearance in the immersive theatre production The Drowned Man in London (March 25). Welch, of Florence And The Machine, made a one-off, unannounced cameo appearance at Temple Studios as part of the cast in Punchdrunk’s production. Posting on Instagram about her performance, Welch wrote: “I learned that when all is dark. Only the moon can show you the way. ThankYou to #punchdrunk for letting me enter your world for the evening. #mrsstanfordlives”. The Drowned Man tells the story of Temple Studios – a crumbling monument to the golden age of film, in which movie stars mingle with hungry young upstarts and those rejected by the studio system attempt to forge a living. The production opened in 2013 and audience members are asked to wear a mask throughout the performance as they weave in and around the performers.
Florence Welch was last seen onstage when she crowdsurfed at Haim’s show at London’s Forum on December 10 last year. She came onto the stage that night at the very end of the band’s set wearing a white Haim T-shirt before jumping into the crowd, followed by bass player Este Haim. Haim supported Florence + The Machine on their UK arena tour at the end of 2012.
Some new photos of Florence attending the after party of the Brit Awards 2014 earlier this week (February 19) have been added to the gallery.
Looking as stunning as usual, Florence made her first public appearances in 2014 (January 22) by attending the Paris Fashion Week. She was first spotted at the Valentino Show and later on at the private screening of ”The Director”.
Florence was dressed from head to toe in Valentino Pre-Fall 2014 at the fashion show and in Gucci Spring 2014 wearing a lovely black silk kaftan.
Appearances > 2014 > Valentino Show – Paris Fashion Week
Appearances > 2014 > Private Screening Of “The Director” – Paris Fashion Week
According to Evening Standart, Florence has adopted a new cat named “Missus”. Be sure to read the full article below, be aware of cuteness overflow!
She tours all over the world but Florence and the Machine star Florence Welch knows how important it is to come home to a friendly face. The singer, 27, has adopted a cat from Battersea Cats and Dogs Home to keep her company while she works on her new album.
She chose tortoiseshell beauty Missus, who was only taken in by the animal charity last week after her owner could no longer care for her, because of her “friendly” nature. Florence now hopes the four-year-old feline will be the perfect songwriting partner as she works on a follow up to 2011′s critically acclaimed album Ceremonials.
She said: “I decided to rehome a rescue cat because I’m at home quite a lot working on my third album and it will be lovely to have a cat around the house again. ”I chose Missus because she was extremely friendly and, straight away, came to sit on my lap where she seemed to make herself very comfortable. ”She’ll be a very good writing partner and we’ll probably spend lots of time together.”
Other celebrities to rehome one of Battersea’s cats include comedian Alistair McGowan, presenter Lauren Laverne, children’s author Dame Jacqueline Wilson.
Camberwell-born Florence admitted she had a hard time selecting her favourite moggy. She said: “I always used to see Battersea on my way to school so it was the first place I thought to go to rehome a cat, the only problem is I want to take them all home!”
Great news everyone! Apparently Florence + the Machine’s Soundtrack “Over the Love” has made it to the Academy Awards longlist for “Best Original Song” alongside 4 other songs from the soundtrack album.
It will be cut down to a shortlist this month (January) and the 86th annual awards ceremony will be held in March!
Wearing a beautiful gown by Valention combined with a lovely red clutch and silvery pumps, Florence attended yesterday’s (November 22) “American Museum Of Natural Historys 2013 Museum Gala” in New York. She was also performing with the band at the Gala perfoming an older song such as “Dog Days Are Over” and “Sweet Nothing” a more recent one!
Our favourite girl stepped finally out again and was spotted with sister Grace at yesterday’s (October 17) “Alexander McQueen & Frieze Dinner Celebrating Frieze Art Fair“.
Florence is featured as a guest on a new EP by COSMO. The songs she’s featured in are “Midnight” and “Swarm” (vocals). It’s available for purchase as vinyl and digital - you can listen to the songs below!
WWW.THISISFAKEDIY.CO.UK – While The Maccabees fans patiently wait for a follow-up to 2012′s ‘Given to the Wild’, the band’s own Felix White has shared some new music of his own, in the form of Cosmo.
He’s released a mini-album/ EP of sorts, coming accompanied with a video for each track, with the likes of Florence Welch and Jack Penate guesting on vocal duties. Jessie Ware, Jamie N Commons and The Maccabees’ Hugo White are also involved.
The EP came together during recording sessions for ‘Given to the Wild’. It’s available digitally, in Rough Trade East London and Brighton’s Resident Music on 10″ vinyl (plus CD, poster and handwritten lyrics).
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There are things I struggle to talk about face-to-face. I’m not a confrontational person. But the great thing about music is that it allows you to do talk about those things to a huge group of people. — Florence Welch
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