Bling Bar After-Party

Posted by Ivonne on Sunday, January 23, 2011

Florence performed last night at the Official Bling Bar After-Party. I’ve added some stunning pictures of the performance to our gallery, check them out!

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Flo joins Hip-Hop superstar Drake on stage

Posted by Poisoned Apathy on Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Hello all,

Last weekend in London, Florence joined hip-hop superstar Drake on stage to sing on his track ‘Fireworks’ that he previously had recorded with Alicia Keys.

They both met at MTV VMA’s last year and remained friends since.
There are rumours that the pair may be working together on Florence + the Machine’s new album, but nothing has been confirmed yet.

Check out the performance!! Plus, see if you can guess the Flo song thrown into the song :P

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Merry Christmas from Cosmic Love!

Posted by Poisoned Apathy on Sunday, December 26, 2010

Well, I’d like to wish you all a very merry Christmas by sharing this extensive interview with Florence from The Lab Magazine.
It also includes a beautiful set of pictures of Flo.

CLICK AND ENJOY!

Also, if you want to make yourself a little Christmas gift, you can head over iTunes and get yourself a Florence + the Machine video EP including the videos for Dog Days Are Over (original video), Rabbit Heart, Drumming Song and You’ve Got the Love – the first four Flo videos that turned her into the star she is now.

Florence: Letters From America

Posted by Poisoned Apathy on Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Letters from America is a series of mini-documentary films made by Tabitha Delhom, who is known for being one of the directors of several Florence + the Machine’s music videos, such as Rabbit Heart or the original video for Dog Days Are Over.

In these films she’s captured Florence on several moments during her past American tour, while Flo herself reflects about all those moments and places, and shares her impressions about fame and stardom.

The three piece series have been made exclussively for NOWNESS and you can watch the first of the letters, Letter from LA, HERE.

Florence also has compiled a playlist accompaning these, that you can check out HERE.

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