Florence + The Machine: “Spectrum”

Fresh off the heels of an MTV Unplugged set and her epic contribution to the Snow White and the Huntsman soundtrack, the flawless pop entity known as Florence Welch is back (did she ever leave?) with the fourth official single from her excellent sophomore album Ceremonials (which you should buy right now, if you don’t already own it).

“Spectrum” comes equipped with a music video directed by David LaChapelle and John Byrne, as well as a spruced-up dance remix by “We Found Love” producer Calvin Harris. In short, her label clearly didn’t want this release to succeed… Kidding, kidding! That’s a whole lot of star power, and it’s appropriately distributed. This song’s worthy of the full-service diva treatment.

– Dewitt

Photo credit: Marie Claire

Click through to watch the music video for “Spectrum”

BONUSA remix by Calvin Harris:

11 thoughts on “Florence + The Machine: “Spectrum”

  1. Fifth official single!
    (What the Water Gave Me, Shake It Out, No Light, Never Let Me Go, Spectrum)

  2. Maybe I’m wrong, but I don’t count “What The Water Gave Me” as an official single. It was more of a promotional single, no?

  3. wow someone  called in to larry flick on outq 108   too say the only diva we have is florence and the remix by calvin harris shows she can be the diva  wow cause there are no more strong voices like donna summer and the bee gees

  4. this might be the gayest song she’s ever done. put that sh*t on at the bar and i’ll dance the hell out of it.

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