Showing posts with label Florence And The Machine. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Florence And The Machine. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Florence And The Machine premiere Delilah



Florence And The Machine are premiering “Delilah”, a track from their forthcoming third album, “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.”

Due June 2 in North America, the follow-up to 2011’s “Ceremonials” was recorded throughout 2014 and produced by Markus Dravs (Björk, Arcade Fire, Coldplay) with contributions from Paul Epworth, Kid Harpoon and John Hill.

“Delilah” is the fourth track issued in advance of the project’s release, following “St. Jude”, “What Kind Of Man” and “Ship To Wreck.”

Following their recent appearance on Saturday Night Live, Florence And The Machine will begin a summer tour at New York’s Governors Ball on June 5.





See also:

Florence And The Machine premiere Ship To Wreck video
Florence And The Machine premiere St Jude video
Florence And The Machine score first UK #1 single
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine – Spectrum
Search Florence And The Machine at popmusiclife

Monday, April 13, 2015

Florence And The Machine premiere Ship To Wreck video



Florence And The Machine are premiering the video for “Ship To Wreck”, a track from their upcoming third album, “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.”

"I was thinking about my own self-destructive side, and how you can make something only to tear it down," says singer Florence Welch about the new single. "When you're in that whirlwind, you often end up breaking the thing you love the most."

Due June 2 in North America, the follow-up to 2011’s “Ceremonials” was recorded throughout 2014 and produced by Markus Dravs (Björk, Arcade Fire, Coldplay) with contributions from Paul Epworth, Kid Harpoon and John Hill.

Florence And The Machine performed at Coachella on Sunday and will play there again on April 19, followed by a series of festival appearances in June, including New York’s The Governors Ball, Bonnaroo and Bestival Toronto.

The group recently debuted the video for the single, “St Jude.”



See also:

Florence And The Machine premiere St Jude video
Florence And The Machine score first UK #1 single
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine – Spectrum
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on Letterman
Search Florence And The Machine at popmusiclife



Friday, April 10, 2015

Florence And The Machine premiere Ship To Wreck



Florence And The Machine are premiering “Ship To Wreck” from their forthcoming third album, “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.”

"I was thinking about my own self-destructive side, and how you can make something only to tear it down," says singer Florence Welch about the new song. "When you're in that whirlwind, you often end up breaking the thing you love the most."

Due June 2 in North America, the follow-up to 2011’s “Ceremonials” was recorded throughout 2014 and produced by Markus Dravs (Björk, Arcade Fire, Coldplay) with contributions from Paul Epworth, Kid Harpoon and John Hill.

Florence And The Machine will perform at Coachella on April 12 and 19, followed by a series of festival appearances in June, including New York’s The Governors Ball, Bonnaroo and Bestival Toronto.

The group recently debuted the video for the single, “St Jude.”





See also:

Florence And The Machine premiere St Jude video
Florence And The Machine score first UK #1 single
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine – Spectrum
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on Letterman
Search Florence And The Machine at popmusiclife

Monday, March 23, 2015

Florence And The Machine premiere St Jude video



Florence And The Machine are premiering a video for “St Jude” from their forthcoming third album, “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.”

Directed by Vincent Haycock with choreography by Ryan Heffington, “St Jude” follows the project’s lead track, “What Kind Of Man.”

Due June 2 in North America, the follow-up to 2011’s “Ceremonials” was recorded throughout 2014 and produced by Markus Dravs (Björk, Arcade Fire, Coldplay) with contributions from Paul Epworth, Kid Harpoon and John Hill.

“Markus has done a few Arcade Fire albums,” says Florence, “and he’s done Björk’s Homogenic, which is a huge record for me. And I felt he had that balance of organic and electronic capabilities, managing those two worlds.

“And, you know, he’s good with big sounds. And I like big sounds. And he’s good with trumpets, and I knew I wanted a brass section on this record.”


“And with Markus,” she continues, “I wanted to make something that was big but that had a gentleness to it. That had a warmth, that was rooted. I think that’s why we went back more to the live instruments. Something that was band-led almost.”

Florence And The Machine will perform at Coachella on April 12 and 19, followed by a series of festival appearances in June, including New York’s The Governors Ball, Bonnaroo and Bestival Toronto.




See also:

Florence And The Machine score first UK #1 single
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine – Spectrum
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on Letterman
Florence And The Machine announce spring US tour
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on The View

Monday, July 16, 2012

Florence And The Machine score first UK #1 single


Florence + The Machine have reason to celebrate as the band scores their first-ever UK #1 single.

A new remix of “Spectrum (Say My Name)” by Calvin Harris tops the UK chart this week, according to the Official Charts Company.

The group have enjoyed two Number 1 albums - 2009’s “Lungs” and last year’s “Ceremonials” - but have previously only landed a single as high as #5; that was 2009’s “You’ve Got The Love.”

Florence and company bounced Maroon 5’s “Payphone” out of top spot this week, sliding it to #2, while Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.I.Am holds firm at Number 3 with “This Is Love.”

“Woooooooo! We did it! NO 1!!!! Thank you Calvin Harris and everyone who made this happen! #flowsareshining! #fanpower!,” posted Florence after the news broke. “Really couldn't have done this without you Flows..FATM army, flombies, flombles, and EVERYONE who supported #SpectrumNumberOne xxx”


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VIDEO: Florence And The Machine – Spectrum
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on Letterman
Florence And The Machine announce spring US tour
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on The View
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on X Factor
VIDEO: Katy Perry spoofs Florence And The Machine on SNL
Florence + The Machine snag TIME magazine’s Song Of The Year
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine cover Drake’s Take Care
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock SNL
VIDEO: Behind the scenes with Florence + The Machine
Florence + The Machine debut at top of UK charts
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland
Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

Thursday, May 31, 2012

VIDEO: Florence And The Machine - Spectrum


Florence And The Machine have released the video for “Spectrum,” the latest single issued from their current album, “Ceremonials.”

The clip was directed by David LaChappelle and John Byrne.

LaChappelle’s last music video was for Amy Winehouse's “Tears Dry On Their Own,” back in 2007.

"It was a complete dream to work with David La Chapelle,” said Florence. “I collected his books as a teenager, and I fantasized that he would direct the video for 'Spectrum' from the moment the song was written. I still can't believe it actually happened, and I'm completely overjoyed that he felt such a connection with the song."

The group has also offered up a behind the scenes look at the making of the video.





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VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on Letterman
Florence And The Machine announce spring US tour
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on The View
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on X Factor
VIDEO: Katy Perry spoofs Florence And The Machine on SNL
Florence + The Machine snag TIME magazine’s Song Of The Year
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine cover Drake’s Take Care
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock SNL
VIDEO: Behind the scenes with Florence + The Machine
Florence + The Machine debut at top of UK charts
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland
Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

Thursday, May 10, 2012

VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on Letterman


Florence And The Machine paid a return visit to The Late Show with David Letterman Wednesday night.

The band performed “No Light, No Light,” from their current album, “Ceremonials.”

Florence And The Machine are nearing the end of their spring tour of the States, which wraps up this weekend in Atlantic City.

The band have announced a Fall 2012 return to the US, marking their third visit this year. Florence and crew will play 13 dates beginning in Mansfield, MA on September 14th and finishing up in Albuquerque, NM on October 10th.


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Florence + The Machine – No Light, No Light
Late Show with David Letterman – May 9, 2012




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Florence And The Machine announce spring US tour
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on The View
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on X Factor
VIDEO: Katy Perry spoofs Florence And The Machine on SNL
Florence + The Machine snag TIME magazine’s Song Of The Year
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine cover Drake’s Take Care
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock SNL
VIDEO: Behind the scenes with Florence + The Machine
Florence + The Machine debut at top of UK charts
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland
Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Florence AndThe Machine announce spring US tour




Florence And The Machine have announced a spring tour of the States.

The 15 city tour – in support of “Ceremonials” - begins on April 14th at the Santa Barbara Bowl and will also include previously announced festival performances at Coachella and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

“In a way, it's not going to be too big a production; we've done a lot of quite extravagant stuff, and that's been amazing, but for this tour, it's definitely going to be about showcasing the music," singer Florence Welch tells MTV. "The songs are going to be the most important thing. It will be heavily based on the music ... no bells and whistles just yet, we're going to try and keep it quite pure."

Tickets for all shows will go on general sale this Friday (January 27) at 10am (in the time zone relevant to the venue) via Ticketmaster.

Heads up: Coachella is now sold out, tickets for the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival are available via www.nojazzfest.com.


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2012 US tour


Apr 14 - Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA
Apr 15 - Coachella Festival, Indio, CA
Apr 17 - Grand Sierra Resort, Reno, NV
Apr 18 - Mondavi Center - UC Davis, Davis, CA
Apr 20 - Comerica Theatre, Phoenix, AZ
Apr 21 - The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV
Apr 22 - Coachella Festival, Indio, CA
Apr 27 - Hennepin Theatre, Minneapolis, MN
Apr 28 - Eagles Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI
Apr 29 - Peabody Opera House, St. Louis, MO

May 01 - Palladium Ballroom, Dallas, TX
May 02 - Verizon Wireless Theatre, Houston, TX
May 03 - New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans, LA
May 08 - Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY
May 11 - Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT
May 12 - Borgata Spa & Resort Event Center, Atlantic City, NJ


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Florence + The Machine – No Light, No Light
SNL – November 19, 2011




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VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on The View
VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on X Factor
VIDEO: Katy Perry spoofs Florence And The Machine on SNL
Florence + The Machine snag TIME magazine’s Song Of The Year
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine cover Drake’s Take Care
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock SNL
VIDEO: Behind the scenes with Florence + The Machine
Florence + The Machine debut at top of UK charts
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland
Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on The View

Following their appearance on last week’s US version of The X Factor, Florence And The Machine continue to make the rounds in America.

Monday, the band stopped by The View to perform “Shake It Out” from their new album, “Ceremonials.”

Given the huge critical and fan reaction to the record, Florence was asked what keeps her grounded.

“I think the fact that it hasn’t really stopped,” she said. “Since the last album, it’s been ongoing, and you almost don’t quite have time to take stock. But, then when I do go home, I live with my family, and get to go home and be with my mother…and kind of do normal stuff like shout at my little brother.”


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Florence And The Machine – Shake It Out
The View – December 19, 2011



See also:

VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on X Factor
VIDEO: Katy Perry spoofs Florence And The Machine on SNL
Florence + The Machine snag TIME magazine’s Song Of The Year
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine cover Drake’s Take Care
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock SNL
VIDEO: Behind the scenes with Florence + The Machine
Florence + The Machine debut at top of UK charts
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland
Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

Friday, December 16, 2011

VIDEO: Florence And The Machine perform on X Factor

Florence And The Machine appeared on the US version of The X Factor Thursday night as part of the show’s semi finals results episode.

Last month, Florence and company were on the UK version of the series.

Thursday, the band performed “Spectrum” from their new album, “Ceremonials.” The X Factor appearance was billed as the world TV debut of the track.

The album continues to receive critical praise around the world, including making many year-end favorite and best-seller lists.

Last week, Time magazine named “No Light, No Light” as its 2011 Song Of The Year.


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Florence And The Machine – Spectrum
The X Factor – December 15, 2011



See also:

VIDEO: Katy Perry spoofs Florence And The Machine on SNL
Florence + The Machine snag TIME magazine’s Song Of The Year
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine cover Drake’s Take Care
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock SNL
VIDEO: Behind the scenes with Florence + The Machine
Florence + The Machine debut at top of UK charts
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland
Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

Monday, December 12, 2011

VIDEO: Katy Perry spoofs Florence And The Machine on SNL

Katy Perry was in the comedy spirit while hosting Saturday Night Live on the weekend.

Perry appeared in several sketches, playing light-hearted characters, and even herself in one.

Katy offered up a few imitations of others, including Pippa Middleton, Christina Aguilera and Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine.

In a spoof commercial for a film called “Doggie Duty,” many SNL cast members appeared in character as other celebrities, and Perry joined in, doing a spot-on imitation of Florence as part of the film’s soundtrack.




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VIDEO: Katy Perry promotes Saturday Night Live this weekend
Katy Perry to host Saturday Night Live
Katy Perry dress auction raises $8,000 for the Red Cross
NEW VIDEO: Katy Perry – The One That Got Away
Katy Perry leads People Choice Awards music nominees
VIDEO: Katy Perry previews The One That Got Away

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Florence + The Machine snag TIME magazine’s Song Of The Year

Florence + The Machine have earned rave reviews for their album, “Ceremonials,” and now that the year-end lists are starting to show up, you can be sure their name will appear on many of them.

TIME magazine has named Florence’s “No Light, No Light” as the 2011 Song Of The Year.

TIME says the song “could be the sound of a religious revival. Florence Welch's rich voice has never sounded better than on this track; her fervent, even rapturous, lamentations about her partner's lost love resonate like requests for salvation made by a faltering believer with arms raised to the sky. ‘Heaven help me, I need to make it right’ she wails, but gets no reply. Replete with harps and a tribal drum beat, ‘No Light, No Light’ operates as a plea for salvation that will soon have you running to your deity of choice.”

Florence topped the list over tracks by Adele, Mayer Hawthorne, Nicki Minaj and others.


TIME magazine
2011 Songs Of The Year


01 – Florence + The MachineNo Light, No Light
02 – AdeleRolling In The Deep
03 – Mayer HawthorneA Long Time
04 – Kanye West & Jay-ZOtis
05 – Nicki MinajSuper Bass
06 – tUnE-yAarDsGangsta
07 – CultsGo Outside
08 – Tyler The CreatorYonkers
09 – St. VincentCruel
10 – Foster The PeoplePumped Up Kicks


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Florence + The Machine – No Light, No Light



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VIDEO: Florence + The Machine cover Drake’s Take Care
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock SNL
VIDEO: Behind the scenes with Florence + The Machine
Florence + The Machine debut at top of UK charts
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland
Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

Friday, November 25, 2011

VIDEO: Florence + The Machine cover Drake’s Take Care

Florence + The Machine recently released their new album, “Ceremonials,”and now the band are making the rounds doing press interviews, including radio and TV appearances.

The group played a 6-song set for BBC Radio 1, and threw in a cover of Drake and Rihanna’s duet on “Take Care,” the title track of Drake’s new disc.

As part of the interview portion of the show, NME reports Florence was asked who she would really like to work with, saying "I haven't got anything planned at the moment. I've always wanted to do something with Drake. We've always tried to, but we keep both being really busy and nothing's happened."

"We've always been in different places,”
she continued. “And the time that we did end up in the studio together, we ended up getting quite drunk together, and there wasn't a song that came out of it."

NME also reports that tickets for Florence + The Machine’s UK and Ireland March 2012 arena tour went on sale today (November 25) and have now almost completely sold out.

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Florence + The Machine – Take Care
Original by Drake ft. Rihanna
BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge – November 25, 2011



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VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock SNL
VIDEO: Behind the scenes with Florence + The Machine
Florence + The Machine debut at top of UK charts
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland
Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

Monday, November 21, 2011

VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock SNL

Florence + The Machine appeared on Saturday Night Live over the weekend.

On an episode hosted by Jason Segel (new Muppets movie), the band performed a couple of tracks from their new “Ceremonials” release, including “Shake It Out” and the new single, “No Light, No Light.”

Last week, Florence + The Machine made headlines when they bumped Coldplay out of top spot to score their second #1 album on the UK charts, with sales of over 90,000 in its first week.

The band have just announced a spring 2012 UK & Ireland tour, covering 10 shows in 9 cities durng the first 2 weeks of March, including some of the biggest venues in the country. Following that is a set of European dates for the last half of March.

For ticket details, check the band’s website here.

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Florence + The Machine – Shake It Out
SNL – November 19, 2011



Florence + The Machine – No Light, No Light
SNL – November 19, 2011



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VIDEO: Behind the scenes with Florence + The Machine
Florence + The Machine debut at top of UK charts
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland
Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

Monday, November 14, 2011

VIDEO: Behind the scenes with Florence + The Machine

UK chart-toppers Florence + The Machine are giving fans a look behind the scenes of the recording of their new album, “Ceremonials.”

The footage, part of The Creators Project, shows Florence, Isa, Paul Epworth and the rest of the band as they are recording the album in the legendary Abbey Road studios.

The video also includes a live performance of "Shake It Out" from a recent New York concert.

Last week, Florence + The Machine scored their second #1 album on the UK charts, as “Ceremonials” debuted with sales of over 90,000 in its first week – knocking Coldplay out of the top spot.

“Ceremonials” follows the band’s debut, the multi-platinum “Lungs,” which spent six months in the charts, having entered at Number 2 in July 2009 before taking the Number 1 title in January 2010.

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Florence + The Machine debut at top of UK charts
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland
Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Florence + The Machine debut at top of UK charts

Florence + The Machine have done it again: they’ve scored their second #1 album on the UK charts.

On the Official Albums Chart, 25-year-old Florence Welch and her band’s second album, “Ceremonials,” debuts in top spot with sales of over 90,000 in its first week.

Florence and company knock Coldplay out of the #1 position, dropping them to second place.

“Ceremonials”
follows the band’s debut, the multi-platinum “Lungs,” which spent six months in the charts, having entered at Number 2 in July 2009 before taking the Number 1 title in January 2010.

The Top 10 UK albums are:

01. Florence + The Machine“Ceremonials”
02. Coldplay“Mylo Xyloto”
03. Professor Green“At Your Inconvenience”
04. Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds“Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds”
05. Michael Bublé“Christmas”
06. Alfie Boe “Alfie”
07. Adele“21”
08. Ed Sheeran “+”
09. Rizzle Kicks“Stereo Typical”
10. Manic Street Preachers“National Treasures: The Complete Singles”

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Florence + The Machine – Shake It Out



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VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2
VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland
Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

Saturday, November 5, 2011

VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland pt. 2

More video of Florence + the Machine’s appearance this week on the BBC’s Later with Jools Holland has surfaced.

On Tuesday’s broadcast, the group performed two tracks from their new “Ceremonials” album; to see “What The Water Gave Me” and "No Light, No Light," click here.

Friday night’s extended version of Jools’ show added more Florence, including a third live performance from Tuesday’s taping.

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Florence + The Machine – Breaking Down
Later with Jools Holland
Recorded November 1, 2011
Aired November 4, 2011

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

VIDEO: Florence + The Machine rock Jools Holland


Florence + The Machine’s new album, “Ceremonials,” is in stores now.

Recorded with her full band over five weeks this summer in Abbey Road's legendary Studio 3, “Ceremonials” is another product of her long-running collaboration with producer Paul Epworth, who worked on Florence’s 2009 effort, “Lungs,” as well as Adele’s smash album, “21,” among other projects.

"This is the first time I've made a record with a sort of overarching, cohesive sound" says Florence: "It's a proper studio album in that sense: a group of songs that paint a unified picture of where I am in my life right now."

On Tuesday, the day of its release, the band stopped by the BBC’s Later With Jools Holland program to perform a couple of tracks from the new set.

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Florence + The Machine – What The Water Gave Me
BBC - Later with Jools Holland – November 1, 2011



Florence + The Machine – No Light, No Light
BBC - Later with Jools Holland – November 1, 2011

Justin Bieber tops this week’s new pop releases

It’s safe to say the biggest new pop release of this week is Justin Bieber’s “Under The Mistletoe.”

The album is a seasonal mix of traditional Christmas standards and newly-written holiday music largely co-written by Justin. “Under The Mistletoe” will be available both as a standard and as a deluxe CD + DVD edition.

The deluxe CD edition contains 4 bonus tracks – plus - 25 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage, including the video for "Pray.”


MUSIC

Here’s a look at some of the new music in stores this week - to check out all the new releases available, click here (Amazon).

Justin Bieber (iTunes)
Justin Bieber - Under The Mistletoe (CD) (Amazon)
Justin Bieber - Under The Mistletoe [CD/DVD] [Deluxe Edition] (Amazon)
Justin Bieber - Under The Mistletoe [+digital booklet] (mp3) (Amazon)

Florence + The Machine (iTunes)
Florence + The Machine – Ceremonials [Deluxe Edition CD] (Amazon)
Florence + The Machine – Ceremonials (CD) (Amazon)
Florence + The Machine – Ceremonials (mp3) (Amazon)


MUSIC DVD

Here’s one of the new music DVD releases in stores this week - to check out all the new DVD releases available, click here (Amazon).

Usher (iTunes)
Usher: OMG Tour - Live From London (DVD) (Amazon)
Usher: OMG Tour - Live From London [Blu-ray] (Amazon)



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Justin Bieber – Mistletoe



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Justin Bieber working on next album with Drake, Kanye West
Christina Aguilera, Justin Bieber to perform at American Music Awards
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