The new track marks the duo's first new material since 2019's 'No Geography'.
The duo's first official new material since 2019's acclaimed 'No Geography' will be out on Friday, April 23.
The band said, "Thanks for sticking with us, look after each other and we’ll see you next year.”
The track features on the new, double deluxe edition of the pair’s acclaimed 'Manchester Calling' album, set for release on December 4.
The song arrives as the young Scottish singer-songwriter has been nominated for a VMA for PUSH Best New Artist.
The track also features on the soundtrack of the new film 'EMPEROR', which will be released on EMI Records on August 7.
The band's hotly-anticipated new album, 'Cherry Blossom', is scheduled for release on October 16.
The band's first venue tour in 12 years is in support of their new album, 'The Universal Want', set for release on September 11.
The Manchester band's long-awaited follow-up to 2009's 'Kingdom Of Rust', 'The Universal Want' will be out on September 11.
The band first returned to live performance in March 2019 after a decade-long hiatus.
“I am truly jazzed for you to hear the new music”, the singer said in an update for her fans.
The record has spawned five Top 10 singles, including two chart-toppers and is yet to exit the Top 10 after 52 weeks on sale.
The new EP arrives in celebration of the first anniversary of the young singer's smash hit debut, 'Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.'
Born and bred on the east side of Edinburgh, the 23-year-old singer is already making waves with her debut single.
Florence Welch will be donating all her income from the song to The Intensive Care Society Covid-19 fund.