It's ominous layers paired with airy percussion create a dreamy feel before flipping switches to a menacing, club-ready bassline for grooving only. The Swedish duo utilizes perky dance synths that align with the fist-bumping nature of their project. This is an oldie but a goodie. Let's throw it back to when still on his burgeoning rise. His buttery smooth melodies will inject a healthy dose of nostalgia into your system. You're likely familiar with Calvin Harris' chart-climber "Sweet Nothing" featuring Florence Welch's belting vocals, but did you know that the A-list producer remixed "Spectrum Say My Name " for the indie rock sensation? It's time for the underground. Mark Knight's club remake of "You've Got The Love" stretches eight minutes and takes the original record into a whole new dimension, one filled with spacey blips and sprightly percussion. This version of "Shake It Out" is simply full of energy and euphoria. Let's rewind to the progressive house days of Tiesto and Hardwell.
This might be No. Florence Welch has called this rousing track from 's How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful one of her "little spells," and it was written after she experienced being in a relationship with someone who was driving her away: "The songs become these talismans [that] you've written that are just for yourself. And you can carry them with you. This is the first song Welch wrote for the album of the same name; the dreamy track is inspired by the Los Angeles sky and it really does transport the listener. It's about Welch's self-destructive side, but as always, she channels her inner chaos into beauty. When that guitar comes in after the first chorus, it's impossible not to break out into your most frantic dance moves. Including this Ceremonials opener so far at the top of the list might raise some eyebrows, but here it is.
From the topic Music. She was moved into the top slot at short notice when Dave Grohl broke his leg , forcing his band Foo Fighters to pull out. Arriving on stage barefoot she dazzled the crowd with energetic jumps and a set that included a cover of Grohl's song Times Like These. At the end of the song performance, which also featured classics Rabbit Heart Raise it Up and Dog Days Are Over, she left the stage in only her bra and trousers. So how did she get here?
Not only have they shared the song, but a cinematic music video as well. The video, directed by Vincent Haycock, features Florence Welch in a variety of scenes that range from sweetly intimate to violent. The non-linear plot includes storm watches on television, bedroom scenes with a quick shot of Florence's bare breasts, baptism, some strange dancing, and a lot of dudes. One thing is for sure, her voice is as big and captivating as ever. In a statement, Florence shared her thoughts about the upcoming album, How Big How Blue How Beautiful , and how it compares to the band's last album, Ceremonials , which was released in