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Here's 'Delilah,' a New, Lively Track From Florence and the Machine

Of all the Florences that Florence and the Machine has given us, I like first-album Florence best: that maniacally blossoming, open-air folk mysticism, magnified by colorful chords and a big, rock-leaning beat. The new stuff she’s been releasing from How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful—out June 1 on Island—has been…

Florence Welch Sings 'Love Hurts' With Father John Misty, Broken Foot 

During the first weekend of Coachella, Florence Welch dove off the stage during her performance, fulfilling the dream of every live performer. She also broke the hell out of her foot. She returned for a shortened second-weekend set and made up for the time by bringing Father John Misty to accompany her in a…

Watch the Video for Florence + The Machine's New Track 'St. Jude'

Here's a new, elegiac track from Florence + The Machine, accompanied by a beautiful if heavy-handed video: it's set at twilight in suburban ruins, with Florence's rained-on wandering accompanied by a starling murmuration, a man who carries her like Marissa in Tijuana and a mystical hobo of sorts who asks her if she's…