Florence And The Machine Phoenix Tickets
Hailing from South London, Indie rock band Florence and the Machine has become one of the most popular groups on the festival circuit. Since their formation in 2007, the band has earned immense critical acclaim and has been strongly promoted by the BBC. Their popularity is not just limited to their native country and the band has captured a devoted international following. Florence and the Machine Phoenix tickets will likely be popular among the group’s fans as they embark on their latest album’s support tour. Among their achievements are two Brit Award wins and three Grammy nominations. Hit singles by this indie rock act include “Dog Days are Over” and “Shake it Out.”
Ranked among the most popular British music acts in recent times, Florence and the Machine have gained commercial success and critical praise worldwide. Leading the indie rock act are the powerful vocals of Florence Welch.
Rise to fame
Florence and the Machine rocketed to success with the release of their debut album, Lungs. The album achieved multi platinum status within months, and reached first place on the UK Music Charts. Two massively successful tours followed in support of the album including the popular, sold out Cosmic Love Tour.
Riding on the wave of success the band made it big in the US as well where their debut effort charted at number one on the Top Heatseekers chart. The hit single from this album, “Dog Days are Over,” was performed at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2010.
With the release of their next album, Ceremonials, the band firmly stamped their mark on the indie rock landscape. The album peaked at first place on the Billboard charts in three categories, including the Top Rock Albums chart. It also spawned the group’s first number one single “Spectrum (Say My Name).”
In the summer of 2015, Florence and the Machine released their third album. The album has received widespread critical appreciation and four singles from the album are already charting on the Billboard.
Florence and the Machine Phoenix tickets are likely to be in demand as the group heads on their upcoming How Big Tour to support the album.