It looks like we’re getting new Florence + the Machine music next month

The Dutch Record Store Day website briefly held a listing for a new track 'Sky Full Of Song', set for release on clear vinyl on 21st April.
It looks like we’re getting new Florence + the Machine music next month.



The Dutch Record Store Day website briefly held a listing for a new track ‘Sky Full Of Song’, set for release on clear vinyl on 21st April.



If accurate, it’ll be Florence’s first new music since 2016’s ‘Songs From Final Fantasy XV’.



We’re already expecting a new record to arrive at some point this year. Per Spanish news site Binaural, a post by Polish festival Orange Warsaw – where Florence Welch and her band will headline this summer – appeared to confirm a summer (or thereabouts) release for their fourth album, with new music rumoured to coincide with a smattering of festivals later this year.



In their artist profile page, Orange Warsaw mention the upcoming album and ask (per Google translate) “Will we hear it before the concert at Orange Warsaw Festival?”



With a number of other festival appearances in the works and having taken time off since a headline Glastonbury performance in 2015, it’s widely suspected Florence and the Machine will be sharing new music before 2018 is out. The last released ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ in June 2015.



It could turn out to be a busy year, with Florence publishing her first book and the band also due to headline Germany’s Melt Festival.

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