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Florence and the Machine planning 'ethereal' second record
Florence and the Machine are beginning to put together their second album following the massive success of debut record Lungs.
Speaking to BBC 6 Music, lead singer Florence Welsh revealed that one song, Strangeness and Charm, has already been finished and regularly features in the group's live shows.
She added that the Gothic theme of Lungs is likely to be replaced by a more atmospheric and "ethereal" feel on the next record.
Welch said that it had been difficult to practise for how the new record should sound due to their touring commitments.
In March, Welch told NME that she is planning to play the guitar on the next Florence and the Machine record, as she did on early songs such as Kiss With a Fist.
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Posted on 18 May 2010 17:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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