Florence + The Machine – King Music Video

Florence Welsh, the inimitable lead singer of Florence + The Machine, has taken inventory of her outlook and adjusted her thoughts set for the band’s new monitor – ‘King’. In a current assertion to accompany the discharge of Florence + The Machine’s first single of 2022 Florence mentioned – “As an artist, I by no means truly thought of my gender that a lot. I simply obtained on with it. I used to be nearly as good as the lads and I simply went on the market and matched them each time…however now, interested by being a girl in my 30s and the longer term…I all of a sudden really feel this tearing of my id and my needs. That to be a performer, but additionally to need a household, may not be as easy for me as it’s for my male counterparts”.

The ‘Dog Days Are Over’ singer went on to say – “I had modelled myself virtually solely on male performers, and for the primary time I felt a wall come down between me and my idols as I’ve to make choices they didn’t”. 

Florence + The Machine’s newest launch has prompted hypothesis {that a} new album will likely be due out later this 12 months. The band have been teasing snippets of songs on their social media feeds and have additionally been confirmed for varied pageant dates all through the summer time. 

Although Florence and her band launched the title monitor from the Disney remake of ‘Cruella’ – ‘Call Me Cruella’ final 12 months, they haven’t launched an album in practically 4 years, their final being 2018’s ‘High As Hope’. 

The new monitor comes with a video directed by Autumn de Wilde, mom of Starcrawler’s lead singer Arrow de Wilde, the director of the 2020 adaptation of ‘Emma’ and the creator of music movies for the likes of The Raconteurs, Jenny And Johnny, Beck, The Decemberists and F+TM. 



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