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Florence Welch and her band deliver songs from their new album during the Mother's Day episode of 'SNL' hosted by Reese Witherspoon.
Due to the injury, which she sustained after jumping off the stage at the concert over the weekend, Welch says her upcoming performances will have to be 'stripped back.'
The Chicago music festival that will run for three days starting July 31 will also feature Charli XCX, FKA Twigs, and The Weeknd among others.
The indie rockers drop their haunting contribution to the soundtrack project executive produced by Jay-Z.
Florence Welch abruptly stops in the middle of her 'Shake It Out' performance and goes down the stage to break off a crowd fight during the band's gig in Aberdeen, Scotland.
The English indie rock band released their new cinematic video for the track 'Lover to Lover', which was premiered on November 19.
After a brief break following a vocal injury, Florence Welch shows off her recovered pipes in a performance on 'Good Morning America'.
Florence Welch injures her vocal cords, leading the seven-piece band to cancel their shows in Spain and Portugal this week.
Shot in a Super 8 film format, the clip features Florence Welch and her band mates having fun during the summer in the 1960s set.
Florence Welch belts out the newest single off the band's 'Ceremonials' amidst leaping ballerinas and topless pharaohs in the music video directed by David LaChappelle and John Byrne.
The music video gives a look at lots of scenes from 'Snow White and the Huntsman' and takes fans inside the famed Abbey Road during Florence Welch's recording session.
There are also cover versions of songs taken from Alice Cooper's catalog and musicals like 'Chicago', 'My Fair Lady' and 'The Boy From Oz'.
Backed up by her band, Florence Welch delivers tracks from 'Ceremonials' and 'Lungs' in addition to covering 'Jackson' and 'Try a Little Tenderness'.
Florence Welch is fascinated by the beauty and the greed of Charlize Theron's wicked character when she writes a soundtrack for the Kristen Stewart-starring movie.
The music video sees Florence Welch being left alone in a dark place before she melts into sticky substance.