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Florence + The Machine announce new album


May 07, 2018 02:19:30 PM

Florence + The Machine announce new album Florence + the Machine has announced their new album High As Hope will be released on June 29

The first official single, Hunger, released last week.and pairs Florence's intimate, raw and honest lyricism with a broader sense of acceptance, community and joy. Hunger effectively acknowledges those holes in one’s pysche that one tries to fill with love and hate, obsessions or addictions, but one can ultimately only ever satisfy yourself. 

Florence says Hunger “is about the ways we look for love in things that are perhaps not love, and how attempts to feel less alone can sometimes isolate us more. I guess I made myself more vulnerable in this song to encourage connection, because perhaps a lot more of us feel this way than we are able to admit. Sometimes when you can't say it, you can sing it”.

Hunger is an introduction to the 4th Florence + the Machine album, High As Hope, which ventures into new territory as much as it reaches back to one’s roots. 

Florence started writing the record in solitude in South London, and took the songs to Los Angeles, opening them up along the way for collaboration with the likes of Kamasi Washington, Sampha, Tobias Jesso Jr, Kelsey Lu and Jamie xx, and mixed the record in New York.

High As Hope is the sound of an artist who appears more certain than ever of herself. Florence writes now about her teens and twenties with a renewed, more mature perspective: of growing up in South London, of family, relationships and art itself. “There’s a lot of love in this record, loneliness too, but a lot of love,” says Florence.

An album that mixes high and low - from a tribute to Patti Smith one minute to being ghosted over text by a date the next - High As Hope is made up, says Florence, “of joy and fury” but with the joy arguably winning out, in the end. 

“It’s always a work in progress, and I definitely don’t have everything figured out. But this feels like quite a pure expression of who I am now, as an artist, and an honest one. I’m just more comfortable with who I am.”


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