Florence Welch’s frontrunner band to debut new tracks from ‘Dance Fever’ and play old classics
Florence + The Machine fans will be delighted to hear that the band has announced UK intimacy show trilogy – and tickets are available now.
Tickets for the three shows went on sale at 9am this morning and tickets are still available for grabs – but numbers are limited so we won’t be waiting much longer.
Before the release of the new album, Dance Fever, fans will have a chance to taste the new material before anyone else.
Florence + Machine UK Days
The London-based band will play new music from their fifth album “Dance Fever” and will perform on stage at Newcastle’s O2 Town Hall (April 15), Blackburn’s King George’s Hall (April 16) and London’s Theater Royal (April 19).
Florence will be playing her new music for the first time, as well as hits from previous albums that we all know and love.
The band has released two songs from their upcoming album, Dance Fever with the songs “King”, “Heaven Is Here” and most recently “My Love” which have been released.
Recorded on Covid-19 During the pandemic, Florence Welch described the album as “a fairy tale in 14 songs”.
Above InstagramThe singer/songwriter posted about her new album, captioning the photo: “A fairy tale in 14 songs, now available for pre-order.”
Excited fans quickly commented with the words: “We miss you so much. Thank you for coming back and bringing all this magic to us.”
A second fan commented: “You don’t understand how obsessed I am.”
With a third, who was already a huge fan of the songs, said: “repeated forever, can’t wait to hear more.”
One pound from every ticket sold will also go to charity, with donations going to Choose Love, who support reorganizations globally.
You can get tickets from Ticketmaster is here.
Florence + The Machine will be performing at a range of European festivals this summer, including the Flow Festival, the Øya Festival and the Mad Cool Festival.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/shopping-deals/florence--machine-announce-trio-26490623 Florence + The Machine announces a trilogy of shows in the UK and here's how to get tickets