Soulful, complex and apparently full of secret wisdom, Florence Welch's music is already taking the music world by storm. And what or who is the machine? Well, that's still a bit of a mystery. Comparisons to the likes of Kate Bush, Beth Orton and PJ Harvey are easily made, but Florence and the Machine weaves its own magic, something to do with the metaphor-heavy lyrics, folksy instrumentation and Florence's spellbinding voice. She's already shaping up to be a genuine star in the kooky indie pixie mould.
'The London singer twirls onto the stage, arms held high, and storms through 13 songs in her short set like a whirling dervish, knocking her audience sideways with a soul blues voice that can rival Sixties Motown singers, never mind her peers' — The Independent
'Florence Welch is a different kind of bonkers; a posho art school bohemian whose pulverising blues-pop contains no trace of a chirpy "innit", more visceral Grimms' Fairy Tales set in a Twilight Zone troubled by donkeys, birds and coffins' — The Guardian
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