Listen: Florence + the Machine debuts new single ‘Ship To Wreck’

Florence + the Machine debuts new single ‘Ship To Wreck’

The second single to be taken from ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’ is streaming now.

Florence + the Machine has debuted another track from her forthcoming album ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’ as Huw Stephens’ Hottest Record in the World.

The third track to be aired from the record, following previous single ‘What Kind of Man’ and ‘St Jude’, ‘Ship To Wreck’ is available to stream below.

Talking about the track, Florence explains: “I was thinking about my own self destructive side, and how you can make something only to tear it down, enjoy/destroy, create/devastate etc. When you’re in that whirlwind, you often end up breaking the thing you love the most”.

A video for ‘Ship to Wreck’ will debut next week, filmed in Florence’s home.

The track listing for ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’ reads:

Ship To Wreck
What Kind Of Man
How Big How Blue How Beautiful
Queen Of Peace
Various Storms & Saints
Delilah
Long & Lost
Caught
Third Eye
St Jude
Mother

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