Florence + The Machine announce Aus tour off the back of Jamie XX-feat single, Big God

Florence + The Machine announce Aus tour off the back of Jamie XX-feat single, Big God

The Florence Welch-led group will playing some huge shows with Billie Eilish and Marlon Williams early next year.

Header photo by Tom Beard.

Florence Welch is majestic - there's no other way to describe it. Whether it's on her spiralling, often anthemic releases that dive between powerful and harrowing or in her captivating live show, which regularly feature her prance across the stage, there's a certain presence about Welch that is unmatched in music. Luckily for us, we can experience both sides of this magic over the next year - firstly with an album release later this year, and secondly, live, with a massive tour in January '19. Big God is the latest track from the album's slow-drip release if you're keen to check it out and it's one of the best we've received thus far, with Florence Welch truly in her element amongst an intricate instrumental co-written by Jamie XX and featuring Kamasi Washington. It arrives ahead of the album, High As Hope, which will be unveiled in full next week with further collaborations with Sampha, Tobias Jesso Jr. and more.

Then there's the tour aspect. She'll be in the country in January next year for her biggest tour yet, joined by special guests Billie Eilish (select locations) and Marlon Williams. Check out the full deets below:

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