Florence and The Machine
Florence and the Machine take over London’s Hyde Park on 2 July as part of the British Summer Time festival.
Florence and the Machine at BST Hyde Park
Updated: 1 December 2015
After a stunning Glastonbury headline performance and an incredible UK and Ireland tour, Florence and the Machine return with a set in London’s Hyde Park.
Florence and the Machine will headline BST Hyde Park on Saturday 2 July. They will be joined by Kendrick Lamar, Jamie XX and Blood Orange.
Fans will get to hear tracks from Florence and the Machine’s chart-topping album How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. The collection includes Ship To Wreck and What Kind Of Man and follows 2011’s Ceremonials that spawned the hit track Shake It Out.
Their live performances with lead singer Florence Welch have been praised for their brilliance and beauty. Their Hyde Park headline slot is set to be no different. Find your tickets bellow to see this incredible band live in the UK.
About Florence Welch and the Machine
Fronted by the glorious Florence Welch, the indie group have released three chart-topping albums, received worldwide acclaim and earned two BRITs amongst other awards.
The band’s debut release came in 2009 in the form of Lungs. The collection initially entered the UK Albums Chart in second position but rose to No.1 the following year. Released by Island records, the album was produced by Paul Epworth (Coldplay, Adele and John Legend) and includes singles Cosmic Love, You’ve Got The Love, Kiss With A Fist and Drumming Song.
Their music was recognised across the world and went on to feature in a number of popular films and television shows, including Skins, The Vampire Dairies, Gossip Girl and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
2011 came with the band’s follow-up: Ceremonials. Again they teamed up with Paul Epworth which proved to be a winning combination. Ceremonials not only became their second No.1, but it was nominated for two Grammy Awards and spawned the hits Shake It Out, Never Let Me Go and Spectrum (Say My Name).
Their third studio album was released nearly four years later in 2015. Fans in eager anticipation of the collection weren’t disappointed with the results. The collection mixed Florence Welch’s powerful vocals with beautiful instrumentals. The album was described by Florence Welch as ‘her most personal yet’ and was produced by Markus Dravs, while Paul Epworth worked on the album’s closing song Mother.