The good thing about music in this modern age is that the mainstream and indie scenes are able to happily coexist and even cross-pollinate with one another to produce sonic pieces that beautifully brings out the best of both worlds. Perhaps one of the stellar examples of this symbiotic union can be found in singer and songwriter Florence Welch. The flame-haired English songstress is well-known for being the charismatic frontwoman for her indie rock band called Florence + The Machine.
Undoubtedly one of the greatest musicians to emerge in the music industry in recent memory, Welch posesses an extraordinary voice that was built for colossal open-air stadiums and an artistry that channels a viscerally emotional mysticism. Since her debut, Welch’s meteoric rise to fame and stardom was truly well-deserved considering the epic scale of her musical talents in singing and songwriting. Indeed, in just a short span of time, Welch has amassed a devoted cult following where she can count bigger and more established names among her fans like Adele, Beyoncé, Lady GaGa, and Kanye West.