Support our efforts, sign up to a full membership!
(Start for free)
Register or login with just your e-mail address
Pop / Rock 21/04/2022

Florence + The Machine Unveil "Free" With Video; Dance Fever Out May 13, 2022

Hot Songs Around The World

I'm Good (Blue)
David Guetta & Bebe Rexha
298 entries in 26 charts
I Ain't Worried
OneRepublic
363 entries in 23 charts
Unholy
Sam Smith & Kim Petras
201 entries in 25 charts
As It Was
Harry Styles
772 entries in 28 charts
Calm Down
Rema
225 entries in 14 charts
Snap
Rosa Linn
229 entries in 17 charts
I Like You (A Happier Song)
Post Malone & Doja Cat
190 entries in 15 charts
Sunroof
Nicky Youre & Dazy
180 entries in 13 charts
Break My Soul
Beyonce Knowles
193 entries in 18 charts
Glimpse Of Us
Joji
189 entries in 18 charts
Ferrari
James Hype & Miggy Dela Rosa
305 entries in 16 charts
All I Want For Christmas Is You
Mariah Carey
1012 entries in 27 charts
Last Christmas
Wham!
870 entries in 23 charts
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Florence + the Machine unveil a new single, "Free," today with a video starring acclaimed actor Bill Nighy as Florence's anxiety and directed by Autumn de Wilde. The track is the latest from Florence's forthcoming fifth LP Dance Fever, out May 13.

Florence has shared three songs from Dance Fever thus far - "My Love" (plus remixes from co-producer Dave Bayley of Glass Animals and Meduza), "King" and "Heaven is Here" - all of which arrived alongside videos by the acclaimed director de Wilde featuring choreography by Ryan Heffington.

Tickets for Florence's North American headline dates this year are on sale now. The tour kicks off September 2 in Montreal with further stops at New York's Madison Square Garden, Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl and many more. Arlo Parks, Sam Fender, King Princess, Yves Tumor, Japanese Breakfast and Wet Leg will join as support on select dates. One dollar from every ticket sold will benefit Choose Love to aid refugees worldwide. See full routing below and visit florenceandthemachine.net for more information.

Additionally, Florence will play two very special, intimate shows this spring: April 29 in Los Angeles at the Los Angeles Theatre and May 6 at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall in New York—both shows sold out in seconds.

Dance Fever was recorded in London over the course of the pandemic in anticipation of the world's reopening. It conjures up what Florence missed most in the midst of lockdown—clubs, dancing at festivals, being in the whirl of movement and togetherness—and the hope of reunions to come.

The image and concept of choreomania—a Renaissance phenomenon in which groups of people danced wildly to the point of exhaustion, collapse and death—became a focal point of inspiration. Forced off the road for the first time in more than a decade, dance offered Florence propulsion, energy and a way of looking at music more choreographically.

Starting, as ever, armed with a notebook of poems and ideas, Florence had just arrived to New York in March 2020 to begin recording when Covid-19 forced a retreat to London. Holed up at home, the songs she had begun started to transform, ultimately arriving somewhere that Florence describes as "Nick Cave at the club."

Dance Fever is an album that sees Florence at the peak of her powers, coming into a fully realized self-knowledge, poking sly fun at her own self-created persona, playing with ideas of identity, masculinity and femininity, redemption and celebration.
Dance Fever was produced by Florence, Jack Antonoff and Dave Bayley of Glass Animals.

FLORENCE + THE MACHINE—DANCE FEVER
1. King
2. Free
3. Choreomania
4. Back in Town
5. Girls Against God
6. Dream Girl Evil
7. Prayer Factory
8. Cassandra
9. Heaven is Here
10. Daffodil
11. My Love
12. Restraint
13. The Bomb
14. Morning Elvis

FLORENCE + THE MACHINE LIVE:
April 29 Los Angeles Theatre Los Angeles, CA
May 6 Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center New York, NY
September 2 Place Bell Montreal, QC*
September 3 Budweiser Stage Toronto, ON*
September 7 Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island Chicago, IL†
September 8 Xcel Energy Center St. Paul, MN†
September 10 Pine Knob Music Theatre Clarkson, MI†
September 12 Capital One Area Washington, D.C.†
September 14 TD Garden Boston, MA†
September 16 Madison Square Garden New York, NY†
September 20 Ascend Amphitheater Nashville, TN‡
September 21 Ameris Bank Amphitheatre Alpharetta, GA‡
September 23 Amway Center Orlando, FL‡
September 24 FTX Arena Miami, FL‡
September 27 Moody Center Austin, TX§
September 28 The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory Irving, TX§
October 1 Ball Arena Denver, CO
October 4 Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC**
October 6 Climate Pledge Arena Seattle, WA††
October 7 Theater of the Clouds Portland, OR**
October 9 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, CA††
October 12 Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre San Diego, CA††
October 14 Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles, CA
*with Arlo Parks
†with Sam Fender
‡with King Princess
§with Yves Tumor
**with Japanese Breakfast
††with Wet Leg.






Most read news of the week


© 2001-2022
top40-charts.com (S4)
about | site map
contact | privacy
Page gen. in 0.6146269 secs // 4 () queries in 0.60819292068481 secs