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Concerts for Florence + The Machine
They'll be in Exeter on the 4th, London on the 5th and Coventry on the 8th of December. Meanwhile, Aberdeen will get a taste of them on the 9th, with Liverpool getting a gig on the 10th. The 12th will then see them in Dublin.
Florence + The Machine are behind tracks like My Boy Builds Coffins, Girl With One Eye, Never Let Me Go, All This And Heaven Too and Between Two Lungs.
Thus far the act have been behind the LPs Lungs, from 2009 and Ceremonials.
When they come to London, Florence and co will be playing the O2 Arena, where in fact they're now also due to play on the 6th, according to the venue's website.
The O2 is the very same venue that Fight For This Love star Cheryl Cole, This Love group Maroon 5 and music instruments playing group Muse will be heading to soon, as well.
Published by AW.Posted on 14 Sep 2012 16:53 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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