The performance took place during ‘The Stars Come Out To Sing At Christmas’ benefit.
‘The Stars Come Out To Sing At Christmas’ will stream globally on December 15.
The summer of 1969 saw the world united in hope, but by the end of the year, the death of the 60s dream left the world asking: what was next?
With her debut album, ‘Lungs’, Florence + The Machine stormed the world’s stage – a crimson blur of lace, Celtic bombast and an arresting voice.
On ‘High As Hope’, Florence Welch finds a reprieve from her own self-destruction, turning her private pain into jubilant anthems.
‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ is about as stripped down as Florence + The Machine can get, and its songs are among the band’s most hopeful.
'A Moment With The Met' will be held virtually in place of the annual fashion extravaganza.
“Thank you for all your kind words about the song, and for all your support for the Intensive Care Society, I tried a little at-home version for you.”
Proving that art-rock is alive and well and living at the heart of the music industry, with her unforgettable persona Florence Welch became the darling of the critics and the public alike...
On its initial release, the album topped the UK chart, peaked at No. 14 on North America’s Billboard 200 and moved over 3 million copies worldwide.
The band will be joined on the Hyde Park bill by The National, Nadine Shah, Blood Orange and more.
The London band released the special track last month after it debuted during Episode 2 of the hit show’s final season.
The compilation extends the band's span of top ten UK albums to exactly 55 years.
The song was aired in 'Game Of Thrones'' ‘A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms’ episode, which reportedly attracted 10.29 million viewers on its initial live broadcast on HBO.
Florence Welch says: "The magic and ritual in Game of Thrones, not to mention the costumes, have always appealed to me. I am honoured to be a part of the final season.”