Florence + the Machine rocked out a packed Bell Centre last night (PHOTOS)

May 29 2019, 12:18 pm

Florence + the Machine continued to motor along on their giant world tour, “High as Hope,” with a stop at the Bell Centre last night.

The English indie rock band has another week of North American stops before hopping the pond for another leg in Europe.

In total, the world tour will span across 38 cities across the globe.

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The Florence Welch-led group brought fans out in numbers last night as the band promoted their new critically-acclaimed album, High as Hope, from 2018.

The band released two new tracks earlier this year, “Haunted House” and “Moderation“, the first teasers of new music since the new album was released. It can be expected that the band is working on a follow-up album, set for later this year.

In the meantime, Florence + the Machine took over the Bell Centre last night, and, as always, the virtual world came through with pictures and videos for fans who couldn’t make it out and for those who want to relive the magic.

 

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