Florence + The Machine made their highly-anticipated return in 2018 when the British rock band fronted by Florence Welch released their fourth studio album, High as Hope, back in late June. On Thursday, the band shared two new singles which didn’t appear on last year’s release, “Moderation” and “Haunted House”.

The lively “Moderation” opens up with the pounding of piano keys alongside Florence, who comes in almost right away with the lyrics, “Want me to love you in moderation/Do I look moderate to you?/Sip it slowly and pay attention/I just have to see it through.” The uptempo spirit continues throughout the recording with the accompanying rhythm of subtle cowbell to counter the power coming from Welch’s one-of-a-kind voice. “Moderation” was written and recorded with the assistance of notable British producer James Ford, who has worked alongside the band on album projects in the past. “Moderation” was initially debuted live earlier this month when the band returned to performing in Australia as part of their brief winter 2019 international leg of shows.

Florence + The Machine – “Moderation” – Official Audio

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Unlike “Moderation”, “Haunted House” brings the listener into a much more intimate and personal setting in which Welch compares her heart to that of the song’s title. The piano ballad isn’t a long one, running at a simple 1:52 minutes in length. However, Welch makes the moments count, wasting no time in beginning the tune with the lyrics “My heart is like a haunted house/There’s things in there that scratch about/They make their music in the night/And in the day they give me such a fright.” The subtle but passionate new single showcases the balance which Welch has always utilized to keep her fans guessing on which personality they’ll be getting from the mystic singer on any given night.

Florence + The Machine – “Haunted House” – Official Audio

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Florence + The Machine will return to New York City later this year for their headlining appearance at the 2019 edition of Governors Ball Music Festival in early June. For a full list of Florence + The Machine’s upcoming dates, head to their website.