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Florence Leontine Mary Welch (born 28 August 1986) is an English musician, singer, and songwriter. She is best known as the lead vocalist of the indie rock band Florence + the Machine. The band's debut album, Lungs, was released in 2009; on 17 January 2010, the album reached the...Wikipedia

Age: 28
Born: 28th August, 1986, London, England
Height: 5' 9" (175 cm)
Nationality: British
Claim to Fame: Florence + The Machine

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Is a Nirvana and Green Day fan.

 

Was dyslexic and dyspraxic as a child.

 

“The world hasn’t seen this kind of profoundly eccentric folk-art minstrel since Kate Bush trilled “Hello sky! Hello trees!” and skipped barefoot over the hillocks in the late-70s in a frock made out of fairy wings (though, in Florence’s case, this would be wings torn from mutilated dead fairies, with their eyes poked out). After Amy, Lily, Kate, Adele and all the idiosyncratic souls of the London chanteuse uprising, Florence Welch is a different kind of bonkers; a posho art school bohemian whose pulverising blues-pop contains no trace of a chirpy “innit”, more visceral Grimms’ Fairy Tales set in a Twilight Zone troubled by donkeys, birds and coffins.”

 

“I started off singing in church as a child. The sound of voices coming together, that was my first moment of touching something outside of myself"

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michelle - she is very beautiful. stuart hamomnd and her got engaged this year. they make a beautiful couple (3 years ago)
Rosy - Hi (4 years ago)
cescaxox - Louder then sirens and louder then bells sweeter then heaven and hotter then hell you are awsome at writting music (5 years ago)

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