Large Azalea scene glitters in gold even before Britain’s own drama queen Florence Welch, or Florence + the Machine as her stage attire units, ladders onto the scene in billowing white to almost immediately tearing off one of his biggest hit songs, “Shake it off.”
The rest of the concert is in the same spirit. Florence uses the backlight, sweeping gestures and exuberant love of requests to create a dramatic backdrop to his songs, including Calvin Harris-cooperation “Sweet Nothing” and “Drumming Song”.
– When I wrote this song, I was in love with everyone and everything, and now I have the same feeling, she says before she strikes up in “How big, how blue, how beautiful,” the title track from her latest, third album from last spring.
“Spectrum” result of the breakthrough single “Dog days are over” concludes the concert, while Florence takes one last turn in front audiences sea.
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