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  • Kimya Bashar

Florence + the Machine share new album ‘Dance Fever’

Florence + the Machine have shared their first new full-length album in almost four years, Dance Fever.

Frontwoman Florence Welch called the new album a “fairytale in 14 songs.” Dance Fever serves as the follow-up to 2018’s High As Hope, and it was inspired by the concept of choreomania, according to a press release. Choreomania is “a Renaissance phenomenon in which groups of people – sometimes thousands – danced wildly to the point of exhaustion, collapse and death.”

The new record was recorded in London over the course of the pandemic. Dance Fever conjures the things Welch missed most during lockdown: clubs, dancing, and “being in the whirl of movement and togetherness.” Welch produced the album alongside Jack Antonoff and Glass Animals’ Dave Bayley.

Stream Dance Fever below.


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