(Getty Images)Sad news for Frank Ocean fans down under: The "Pyramids" singer has just canceled all his upcoming Australian tour dates.Apparently all was not well at Ocean's Thursday night performance at Melbourne's Festival Hall."After last night's concert... it was necessary to seek medical advice due to vocal issues Frank Ocean experienced during the show," a promoter stated. "It has subsequently been confirmed that Frank has suffered a small tear to one of his vocal cords and has received...Read Full Story
In case you find the upbeat rah-rah cheeriness of Icona Pop's "I Love It" a bit played out, here's something that just might make you find a new appreciation for the track. Florence + The Machine's Florence Welch joined songwriter and producer Dev Hynes (a.k.a Blood Orange) onstage at the Human Rights Campaign benefit in New York City to cover the Swedish group's popular hit. Their version is slow, moody, and somewhat epic thanks to Welch's signature soaring vocals.Read Full Story
(Getty)Calvin Harris is taking his sweet time on 18 Months, his long-anticipated third full-length album, but it looks like it'll be worth the wait. This week, the Scottish DJ dropped a brand new collaboration with Florence Welch in anticipation of the new album, which hits stores October 29."Sweet Nothing" is wildly different from anything Welch has done with her own band, but that doesn't mean her fans won't find it satisfying. The hauntingly emotive voice is just as powerful layered over...Read Full Story
It took two years for the UK's Florence + the Machine to break in the United States, but when they did they broke big. It seems that singer Florence Welch has been everywhere in the past year, including Gossip Girl and the Grammy Awards, so it's hard to believe that there's been time to create a sophomore release.But it's coming. This November, in fact. And there's already a music video to excite the masses.Florence + the Machine's "What the Water Gave Me" is much moodier fare than the tracks...Read Full Story
Florence Welch was all laced up at the premiere of An Evening with Sanderson in London today. The Florence and the Machine songstress joined in the celebration of the 10th anniversary of The Sanderson Hotel, and sported quite the ensemble. She wore a lacy, ruffled, long dress over a very short off white mini dress, coupled with some gray suede booties. Rock star style, for sure. This British songstress is often seen in the strangest of ensembles, and how can you not love it?Her band's...Read Full Story
Florence Welch (born August 28, 1986) is a British singer who leads the band Florence and the Machine. Find Florence Welch news, videos, and pictures here.