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Florence and The Machine announce showsLast updated: 12th September 2012Following her sold-out tour back in March, Florence and The Machine return with an end-of-year arena tour in December. Support on all dates by Haim. The tour kicks off at Exeter's Westpoint Arena on Tuesday, 4th December 2012 and comes toa close at the Liverpool Echo Arena on Monday, 10th December 2012. In between Florence and The Machine play shows in London, Coventry and Aberdeen. Find the exact dates and details below. December 2012Exeter, Westpoint Arena (Tue., 4th December 2012)London, The O2 Arena (Wed., 5th Decmber 2012)London, The O2 Arena (Wed., 6th Decmber 2012)Coventry, Ricoh Arena (Sat., 8th December 2012)Aberdeen, AECC (Sun., 9th December 2012)Liverpool, Echo Arena (Mon., 10th December 2012)Florence and The Machine has released her most recent album, "Ceremonials." The album was the the long-awaited follow-up to her 2009 debut "Lungs" and became a worl-wide hit for the singer and songwriter. Ceremonials was recorded at the legendary London Abbey Road Studios by Paul Epworth, who previously worked with Adele and Bloc Party.The album features some instant Florence and the Machine live classics; songs the band tested out while on the road, such as "What the Water Gave Me" and "Shake It Out." Check out her single "No Light No Light" off "Ceremonials."
Florence and The Machine frontwoman Florence Welch plans to move out of her mum’s home in Camberwell, southeast London.The multi-award winning songstress said to findaproperty.com “The truth is, up until now, I haven’t really had time to move out of my Mum’s place in Camberwell...I’ve been on tour since I was 20 so I just haven’t got around to it.”
Florence and The Machine has just announced her only UK live date of the year. The songstress is playing this exclusive album launch gig on 25th October at the Hackney Empire in London. Florence and The Machine tickets will be available this Friday, 14th October.
Florence Welch has reportedly revealed in an intimate interview that listening to songs in her bedroom "saved" her. The Florence and the Machine star said that "It's funny because I'm not actually very good at saying how I feel in person, I think songwriting is a way for me to deal with my own emotional failings in life."
Tickets to see Florence and The Machine on her December UK tour have gone on sale earlier today, Friday, 14th September 2012.
Florence and The Machine return in December 2012 for a five date short tour across the UK.
Florence and The Machine have been added to this year’s Lollapalooza Festival.