Saturday, July 04, 2009

Florence's pop machinations


WITH a Brit award already under her belt as well as more hot tips than a porcupine in an oven, Florence And The Machine's debut effort Lungs has been waited on with baited breath.
And although not exactly a breath of fresh air, there's no denying that Lungs doesn't see Florence welshing on showing off her talent.
On superb tracks such as Dog Days Are Over, Kiss With A Fist and The Source cover You Got The Love, we see why Florence And The Machine is predicted to rise higher than peers such as Alessi's Ark and Laura Marling.
In fact with a melodramatic Kate Bush flair throughout Lungs, she reels off moody folk-tinged indie pop epic after moody folk-tinged indie pop epic seemingly as easily as breathing.
It's almost as if she's some sort of one-woman moody folk-tinged indie pop epic writing machine...


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