Florence & The Machine live at Royal Festival HallFlorence & The Machine live at Royal Festival HallLast night, Florence + The Machine took to London for an intimate gig at Royal Festival Hall. Check out the setlist, footage and photos below.
As well as showcasing four new tracks from her upcoming album ‘High As Hope’, Florence Welch and co topped off the unique experience by delivering a stirring rendition of the track ‘Shake It Out’ backed by the hall’s pipe organ for a finale.
Florence + The Machine’s setlist was:
Between Two Lungs
Queen of Peace
Only If for a Night
Sky Full of Song
Dog Days Are Over
Ship to Wreck
What Kind of Man
Shake It Out (With Royal Festival Hall organ)
Check out our photos below:
Florence + The Machine at Royal Festival Hall, London
Her new album ‘High As Hope’ is coming June 29
This was the third in a trio of intimate launch shows to kick off 2018
Her next show will be supporting The Rolling Stones at London Stadium on May 25
Flo showcased four new tracks from ‘High As Hope’ with ‘100 Years’, ‘Hunger’, ‘Patricia’ and ‘Sky Full of Song’
Florence + The Machine is expected to announce more tour dates for later in 2018
Flo’s recent video for ‘Hunger’ was directed by Andres Gonzalez Rojas, who has previously directed videos that include ‘Sixteen Saltines’ by Jack White, ‘Harmony Of Indifference’ by Kamasi Washington and ‘Days Of Kindness’ by Leonard Cohen.
The xx were also in attendance, who praised their “South London sister” and added “we love you” on Instagram
The full tracklist for Florence + The Machine’s new album: 1. June
3. South London Forever
4. Big God
5. Sky Full of Song
8. 100 Years
9. The End of Love
10. No Choir
Florence Welch recently spoke of how turning away from alcohol helped her with the new record: “It’s interesting because I think I never knew how to come down after a tour before, so I would just go on a massive bender. And I wasn’t doing that, so I just went straight back in the studio”.
Looking back on her experience of headlining Glastonbury, Flo described it as an “out of body experience.
“It was crazy because Dave Grohl had broken his leg, and my foot had only just healed,” she continued. “There was a lot of broken hearts and broken bones that led to that gig, but there was so much support from the people in that audience.”