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Florence + The Machine Share Teaser Video For Their Forthcoming Hyde Park Show

The band will be joined on the Hyde Park bill by The National, Nadine Shah, Blood Orange and more.

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Florence Machine BST Hyde Park Concert
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Florence + The Machine have shared a teaser video for their forthcoming show in London’s Hyde Park on 13 July,  one of this summer’s season of British Summer Time shows in the famous outdoor venue. You can check out the video below.

Playing in support of their widely-acclaimed 2018 album High As Hope, Florence + The Machine will be joined by The National, along with Lykke Li, Khruangbin, Blood Orange, Nadine Shah, Aldous Harding, Marlon Williams and more. Tickets and further information are available through the event’s official website.

Since its inauguration in 2013, British Summer Time has seen some of the world’s biggest acts taking to the Hyde Park stage, with the likes of The Rolling Stones, The Strokes, The Cure, The Killers and more having previously played their own headline shows at the event.

Elsewhere in Florence + The Machine news, uDiscover Music recently reported that the band’s version of the original Game of Thrones song ‘Jenny of Oldstones’ debuted during the closing credits of the final season’s second episode, following a rendition sung by Podrick Payne earlier in the show. Florence Welch recorded ‘Jenny of Oldstones’ after being personally approached by the show’s creators, long-time fans David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.

In addition to Hyde Park, Florence + The Machine will also be playing a selection of summer festivals throughout Europe during 2019. The band will be appearing at the following dates:

29 June: Rock Werchter Festival, Belgium.
30 June: St. Gallen Festival, Switzerland.
13 July: BST Hyde Park, London, England.
17 July: Colours Of Ostrava Festival, Czech Republic
19 July: Electric Castle, Bontija, Romania
7 August: Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland
8 August: Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland
10 August, Boardmasters Festival, Newquay, Cornwall, England
12 August: Sziget Festival, Budapest, Hungary
30 August: Milano Rocks, Milan, Italy
31 August: Electric Picnic, Stradbally, Laois, Ireland
19 September: Athina, Athens, Greece.

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