Listen: Florence + The Machine debuts ‘Delilah’ single

Florence + The Machine debuts ‘Delilah’ single

Hear the latest cut from ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’.

Florence + The Machine has unveiled ‘Delilah’, the latest song to be lifted from her forthcoming third album.

With ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ released on 1st June, ‘Delilah’ follows on from ‘What Kind of Man’, ‘St Jude’ and ‘Ship to Wreck’ in previewing the LP.

The track premiered as a Hottest Record on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show. A standout from the new record, it’s a clattering, percussion-filled trip. Listen below.

This summer sees Florence + The Machine playing Radio 1’s Big Weekend (23rd-24th May), New York Governors Ball (5th-7th June), Bonnaroo (11th-14th June) and Glastonbury (24th-28th June).

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