Florence and The Machine‘s new video for “Breaking Down” couldn’t have been released at a more appropriate time, considering it’s the 4th of July and all. The retro visuals feature lots of American elements, including waving star-spangled flags and pinwheels. But what it does best is achieve that dreamy West-coast nostalgia, and if at all possible, make Flo even more lovable than she already is. Watch below.
Florence + The Machine’s latest album, Ceremonials, is out now.
Here’s the new video for Florence and The Machine‘s “Never Let Me Go”, off the new album Ceremonials. I’m not sure if it’s what I’d expect, but the clip is certainly visually arresting. It features Flo and Jamie Campbell (some guy from Twilight, apparently) cavorting on a skating rink. Subsequently, Flo begins to literally melt into a viscous pool of black liquid. The video is dark, moody and at times creepy, but always beautifully shot. Like it or not, it’s yet another eye-catching clip from Flo – and that’s always a good thing. Watch below.
Florence and The Machine have released a mesmerizing new video for their third single off their sophomore album, Ceremonials, entitled “No Light, No Light.” And, of course, both the song and video are stunning. In the visuals, Florence Welch seems to find herself in a struggle between the Christian Church and some sort of voodoo. No clue. But then again, who cares when it looks and sounds this good? Watch below.
Here’s the video for Florence and the Machine‘s awesome new song, “Shake It Out”, from her much-anticipated new album, Ceremonials, due out on Halloween. The video – much like the song – is beautiful and energetic. And best of all, we get to see some of Florence Welch’s classic dance moves. Check it out below.
The lovely Florence Welch has just dropped another song from her upcoming album, Ceremonials. The first track we heard was “What The Water Gave Me“, and now, we get our second taste of the album with “Shake It Out” and I am really loving this track. She has again delivered a grand and gorgeous song that swells beautifully, in true Florence and The Machine fashion. Check it out below.