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How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful

Florence + The Machine

2015

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How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful

Florence + The Machine

Released: 01/06/2015

Genre: Alternative

℗ 2015 Island Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited



  • Ship To Wreck

  • What Kind of Man

  • How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful

  • Queen of Peace

  • Various Storms & Saints

  • Delilah

  • Long & Lost

  • Caught

  • Third Eye

  • St Jude

  • Mother

11 songs

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Enjoy it!
by Asdf - 16/10/2016
 

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Enjoy it!
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It’s missing something
by Pinkhawke - 24/11/2016
 

A lot of the songs lack a catchy hook and it’s missing the charm the other albums had. I really love Flo, but this album is just dissapointing.

 

 


 

 

A little bit of a hit, a little bit of a miss..
by FishontheBoulevard5007 - 24/11/2016
 

"What Kind of Man" is a great song - accessible and different sounding at the same time. However, "Ship to Wreck" is very disappointing, considering what she has been able to accomplish with her past work. The vocals are great as always, but the song itself sounds like an uninspired Colbie Caillat track, with generic chord changes and very plain instrumentation. I really hope that the rest of the album isn’t like this.

 

 


 

 

A revelation
by DjJakeLevi - 24/11/2016
 

Each lyric of every song is just transcending and extraordinarily inspired, and now seeing this new side of Florence, i can only imagine where the band and their music will go. This record is nothing but pure art fit for a museum; simply put, this is the album of the year, and a comeback for the decade. We are not worthy of such majestic talent, we should all bow down to the Queen of alternative music!

 

Published by: Buddha  |  24/11/2016 02:06:56  |  5 comments