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Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, And More: Top Performances At The Biggest Weekend

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Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, Florence and the Machine, and Thirty Seconds to Mars all performed at the Biggest Weekend on Sunday. Swift sang several songs at that time.READ MORE

The Weeknd

The Weeknd, Florence + The Machine To Headline Outside Lands Festival In San Francisco

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The Weeknd, Janet Jackson, and more were confirmed to perform at the Outside Lands Festival from Aug. 10 to 12. The series of shows will be held at the Golden Gate Park.READ MORE

Jared Followill, Caleb Followill, Matthew Followill and Nathan Followill of Kings of Leon on January 30, 2014 in New York City.

Kings of Leon New Album ‘Walls’ Tracklist, Release Date Revealed

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For the past couple of days, Kings of Leon have been teasing to their Twitter followers about their upcoming album Walls. Recently, the members of the band unveiled the tracklist and release for the album, as well as their experience working with producer Markus Dravs, who is widely known for his work with Coldplay, Florence and the Machine and Arcade Fire.READ MORE

FKA Twigs

FKA Twigs Covers Sia's 'Elastic Heart' on BBC Radio 1

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FKA Twigs has gained a lot of fans in the past year for her minimalist electro-R&B sounds and today she probably picked up a lot more with a haunting cover of Sia's "Elastic Heart" on BBC Radio 1.READ MORE

Kacy Hill

Kanye West's New G.O.O.D. Music Artist Kacy Hill Debuts 'Foreign Fields' Music Video

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We're seeing the first glimpse of a blossoming young music career for Kacy Hill, who signed onto Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music label last year. Her debut single, "Foreign Fields," debuted on Beats1 radio last week and now we're getting a look at the music video.READ MORE

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Florence + The Machine Unveil Dramatic 'Queen of Peace/Long and Lost' Short Film

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Florence + The Machine's new album How Big How Blue How Beautiful is filled with longing, intense ballads, so it's only fitting that the visuals are fittingly dramatic. Today (July 27), Florence Welch and co. released a short film for the HBHBHB tracks "Queen of Peace" and "Long and Lost."READ MORE

Florence + the Machine

Florence + the Machine Covers Foo Fighters 'Times Like These' During Glastonbury Headliner

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Filling in for the Foo Fighters after Dave Grohl took a tumble off the stage in Gothemburg, Florence + the Machine commanded the stage at Glastonbury Festival 2015-- but not without eternally thanking the band who's slot they slipped into last minute.READ MORE

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Muse 'Drones' Tops Billboard 200 Over The Rolling Stones, Of Monsters and Men

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Muse has long been a major name in the U.K. music scene, and now the "Dead Inside" rockers are seeing their first major success in America. Today (June 17), it was announced that the band's latest album Drones beat out Of Monsters and Men, Taylor Swift, The Rolling Stones and more for the top album in the United States.READ MORE

Florence + The Machine Governors Ball 2015

Glastonbury 2015: Florence + The Machine Replace Foo Fighters as Dave Grohl Heals from Leg Injury

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Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine suffered a foot injury earlier this year, but now she's about to take over for another leg-injured rock star. After Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl broke his leg at a concert in Sweden earlier this week, the "Congregation" band was forced to cancel a slew of tour dates. And now, it's been announced that Florence + The Machine will take over the Foos' headlining spot at Glastonbury 2015.READ MORE

Florence + The Machine performs at GovBall 2015

Governors Ball 2015: Best, Worst & Biggest Moments from Deadmau5, Florence + The Machine, The War on Drugs & More

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It's Monday morning now, and Governors Ball 2015 has finally come to an end. Over the weekend of June 5, countless rock, EDM and rap acts took to the stage at New York's City's Randall's Island to play for crowds of adoring fans. But, with the best of the fest which ranges from free chips to Florence + The Machine to SBTRKT, we also got sound issues, long lines for burgers and big ol' mud pits. In all its glory, Music Times was there to take in it all. See our best of the fest superlatives!READ MORE

Florence and the Machine

Florence + the Machine Lands Number 1 Spot on UK Albums Chart for the Third Time

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Florence and the Machine recently dropped its third studio album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, and already its flown its way to the number one spot on the Official UK Albums Chart.READ MORE

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Governors Ball 2015 Day 1 Review & Recap: Florence + The Machine Wails, Drake Spits Fire & We Spot Stars!

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Last year, it was scorching hot at Governors Ball. This year, it was raining. The opening hours of New York City's major music festival were marked by just the slightest yet most irritating drizzle, but that rain couldn't keep the music at bay.READ MORE

Florence + The Machine performs at Coachella 2015

Florence + The Machine Tour 2015: 'HBHBHB' Followed by 11 Live Shows in Fall

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Florence + The Machine is gearing up for a major performance at Governors Ball 2015 tonight (June 5), but if you're on the West Coast instead of New York City, the cards for seeing the new album How Big How Blue How Beautiful still show in your favor. Today, the "What Kind of Man" singer announced a nine-city tour for October.READ MORE

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Florence + The Machine 'How Big How Blue How Beautiful' Album Review: Junk Mail

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Welcome to Junk Mail, where a few Music Times staffers email back-and-forth about each week's biggest release throughout the work day. This week, Carolyn Menyes, Ryan Book and Ryan Middleton chat about Florence + The Machine' new album How Big How Blue How Beautiful. Feel free to join the conversation in the comments section, and check back next week for more.READ MORE

Governors Ball 2015 Conflicts: The Black keys, Florence + The Machine, Weird Al, Lana Del Rey

Governors Ball 2015's Worst Scheduling Conflicts: Florence + The Machine vs. The Decemberists, The Black Keys vs. Lana Del Rey & More

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Governors Ball 2015 is only a couple of weeks away, and today (May 20), the New York City festival announced its full hour-by-hour schedule. And, of course, with a lineup stacked with the likes of Drake, Florence + The Machine, Lana Del Rey, The Black Keys, Deadmau5 and more, there were sure to be plenty of time conflicts.READ MORE

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