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Florence Welch plans potty album
Florence Welch will be "banging pots and pans" to write her new album.
The Florence And The Machine singer says her group's performances at this year's V Festival will be their last of the summer, before she takes a basic approach to writing the follow up to her debut album 'Lungs'.
Speaking at the premiere of 'Scott Pilgrim vs. The World' at London's Leicester Square last night (18.08.10), the flame haired singer told BANG Showbiz: "We've not got pimped out or anything like that. I don't like big studios, so I'm just going to go back into the little place in Crystal Palace with Izzy Summers, who I worked on the first album with.
"We'll just go back to banging pots and pans, nothing's really changed. We like to start very basic and stripped back."
When asked if she had any surprises in store for her appearances at V, Florence added: "I don't really plan sets. We played two new songs at Glastonbury, so we'll probably include them."
Florence has previously said she hopes to play more guitar on her second album, which she is expected to begin recording in October.
Florence And The Machine appear at this year's Virgin Media V Festival in Cheltenham and Gloucester this weekend.Posted on 19 Aug 2010 16:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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