Florence + The Machine’s third album thought to be almost finished

Fan site posts photo of record being mixed

Florence + The Machine‘s forthcoming third album is thought to be almost finished after a fansite posted a photo showing the album being mixed in a recording studio.

Fan site Florence and The Machine Army posted the photo over the weekend, with the title of the record being hidden by a sharpie pen. The photo has since been removed, but can be viewed here.

Earlier this year, Florence Welch confirmed that she was working on a third Florence + The Machine album. It will be the first since the singer’s debut album ‘Lungs’ in 2009 and its follow-up ‘Ceremonials’ in 2011.


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Florence + The Machine’s returned to the stage with a headline concert at Poland’s Orange Warsaw Festival in the summer of 2014. Welch also played two songs at The Other Ball, a Mark Ronson-hosted fundraiser for the Arms Around The Child in London in June, and she also appeared at Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit in California last autumn.

Florence + The Machine are due to play a number of European festivals this summer including Way Out West in Sweden, Super Bock Super Rock in Portugal, Oya in Norway, Flow Festival in Finland, Rock Werchter in Belgium and Hurricane and South Side festivals in Germany.

They are also rumoured to be performing at Glastonbury and Reading and Leeds festivals.