Dance Fever Tour
Florence + The Machine
The internationally acclaimed Florence + The Machine will return to Australia and New Zealand for the first time in four years with arena shows next March.
Touring in support of Florence + The Machine’s fifth studio album Dance Fever, the album is produced by Florence Welch, Jack Antonoff and Dave Bayley, featuring singles ‘My Love’, ‘King’, ‘Heaven Is Here’ and ‘Free’ plus accompanying videos, all by acclaimed director Autumn de Wilde.
Dance Fever comes in the wake of a sea of critically acclaimed and widely doted musical scores that are adored by a myriad of fans that disperse through near every generation and demographic.
Florence + The Machine last toured Australia and New Zealand in 2019 to much acclaim, wowing audiences with breathtaking vocals, spellbinding choreography and moments of aural captivation that can only be experienced live.
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South London’s Florence + the Machine blend Baroque pop, pastoral folk, and artful alternative rock to create a rousing sound which they debuted on 2009’s Lungs.
Led by namesakes Florence Welch and Isabella “Machine” Summers, the group broke into the mainstream on the strength of their platinum singles “Dog Days Are Over,” “You’ve Got the Love,” and “Shake It Out,” which were elevated by Welch’s powerhouse vocals.
American singer/songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist King Princess delivers her soulful vocals over warm, atmospheric synth production inspired by influences like Perfume Genious, Nick Cave, Beyonce, and Dolly Parton.
She broke through in 2018 with her single “1950” before hitting the Top 20 of the Billboard 200 with her 2019 debut, Cheap Queen. Along with a feature on Mark Ronson’s track “Pieces of Us,” she has released singles like 2020’s “Only Time Makes It Human” and 2021’s “House Burn Down.”