Florence + The Machine will release their new album, High As Hope, on June 29th via Republic Records. The band also unveiled a new single from the record titled “Hunger” earlier today.

“Hunger” is the first single off the record from Florence + The Machine, though the band recently released a tune called “Sky Full Of Song” in April. Additionally, the band announced a series of intimate tour dates in the United States and United Kingdom that will find them performing in theaters with much smaller capacities than the arenas and amphitheaters they have come to dominate.

High As Hope will feature ten new tracks and a variety of collaborators, including Kamasi Washington, Jamie xx, Sampha, Tobias Jesso Jr., and Kelsey Lu. The forthcoming album was co-produced by frontwoman and songwriter Florence Welsh and her friend Emily Haynie.

 “There’s a lot of love in this record, loneliness too, but a lot of love,” says Welch. “It’s always a work in progress, and I definitely don’t have everything figured out. But this feels like quite a pure expression of who I am now, as an artist, and an honest one. I’m just more comfortable with who I am.”

You can preorder High As Hope here.

Florence + The Machine – “Hunger”

High As Hope Tracklist:

South London Forever
Big God
Sky Full of Song
100 Years
The End of Love
No Choir

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