CYPRESS HILL IN ROME 2012 There’s still a few months…
-After a long internal struggle Ilaria brings you the nuts and bolts of the upcoming visit of the new British pop sensation, Florence and the Machine.
Our Blogger: Ilaria
Our Blogger: Ilaria
One of the events more expected this summer in Rome is the concert of a talented and sensual English singer: her name is Florence Welch, playing with her band, “the machine”, she’s already been defined as heiress of Kate Bush, Siouxsie e Pj Harvey and very soon she has became the pop diva more appreciated and cuddled on the English stage , climbing the charts of half the world and conquering the Italian radios too with the single You’ve got the love.
After staying at the very first position on the English charts and winning the Brit Awards with the album Lungs, there are rumors about a collaboration of her with Thom York , the singer of Radiohead.
HThe band’s debut album is a very original work that doesn’t betray the best English tradition, being able anyway to go beyond the definition of independent rock . This album was made inside a debunked synagogue with the help of two among the most sought-after producers : James Ford (already working for Klaxons and Arctic Monkeys) and Paul Epworth (Bloc Party).
When Florence was very young at school she was a “peculiar character” who used to read Poe and Jack The Ripper, to listen to the Velvet Underground and make gothic drawings ( so that her mates used to define her as “macabre” ) : a teenager’s past a little bit dark transformed into an absolutely bright present; Florence says “ I love singing, I love dancing, I love playing the drums. The fact that someone pays me for doing it, well is just incredible”.
Florence has also been chosen by the Blur to open their concert in London and Manchester in June 2009. The band’s Roman concert will take place at the Auditorium Parco Della Musica, located only a short bus trip away from Yes Hotel and Hotel Des Artistes.
When: July 22nd, 2010Where: Auditorium Parco Della Musica, Viale Pierre De Coubertin, Rome
How to get there: From Yes Hotel or Hotel Des Artistes,go to the Termini station and take the bus 910 or M (available only the days on which concerts take place) More Info: http://www.auditorium.com/eventi/4967572