First Florence and the Machine Video in Three Years
The dog days aren’t over yet. Florence and the Machine are finally returning to the spotlight after a four-year hiatus. The band’s highly anticipated new album is even more tantalizing following their official release of a teaser video of their upcoming third LP.
Directed by Vincent Haycock and Tabitha Denholm, the video is mostly instrumental and features Welch sensually struggling with an alternate version of herself against a serene, nature, temple-like background.
About a month ago a Florence and the Machine fansite, Florence and the Machine Army, posted the first sneak peak of the album in production. The name of the album, having been covered by a sharpie, is now rumored to be What Kind of Man.
How big, how blue, and how beautiful can Florence get? Well, we’re extremely excited to find out.
(BTW: if you can’t get enough of Florence, check out her acclaimed video Dog Days are Over directed by our very own LEGS directors Geremy Jasper and Georgie Greville.)