Florence and the Machine to live stream Teenage Cancer Trust gig

The band's Royal Albert Hall show on April 3 will be broadcast via YouTube

Florence And The Machine‘s Teenage Cancer Trust show next week on April 3 at London’s Royal Albert Hall will be available to watch as a live stream.

Kicking off at 7pm (BST) on the evening of the show, the interactive and high definition stream will be viewable via YouTube.com/hpukofficial.

Roger Daltrey, Paul Weller and Kelly Jones and Paul McCartney have already played their Teenage Cancer Trust gigs. Example plays the Royal Albert Hall tonight (March 30) and Pulp appear tomorrow (31). Professor Green and Jessie J play April 1 and Florence And The Machine bring the musical events to a close on April 3.


Earlier today it was announced that Florence And The Machine have recorded a new track ‘Breath Of Life’ for the soundtrack to the forthcoming Hollywood movie Snow White And The Huntsman.

The band, who released their second album ‘Ceremonials’ in October last year, revealed that they have recorded an orchestra heavy track for the film’s soundtrack, which singer Florence Welch has said is inspired by the film’s character of the evil Queen Ravenna, played by Charlize Theron.

Snow White And The Huntsman also stars Twilight actress Kristen Stewart and is due to be released into UK cinemas on June 1. You can watch the trailer for Snow White And The Huntsman by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

Florence And The Machine will release a new live album on April 9, which was recorded at the band’s MTV Unplugged performance late last year.



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