Friday Music News

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Britta Plyler

  • Florence & the Machine have announced their new summer and fall tour schedule for How Big How Blue How Beautiful. They will hit several festivals like Bonnaroo and Austin City Limits, before their final stop brings them here to Seattle. Key Arena will host Florence Welch and company on October 27. Also, check out Welch's perfect performance of "Ship to Wreck" from this morning's Good Morning America summer concert. [CoS]

  • Bjork has unveiled the 360 degree virtual reality video for "Stonemilker," which was filmed on a beach in Iceland. The video was originally part of an exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art PS1 in Long Island City, but now she's shared it for the rest of the world to see. [Pitchfork]

  • Kentucky rockers My Morning Jacket stopped by Conan last night to promote their recent album The Waterfall. Watch their stunningly rich rendition of "Believe (Nobody Knows)" below. [SPIN]

  • Singer-songwriter Holly Miranda has shared the video for her track "All I Want Is To Be Your Girl." It's a quirky mini-movie that has Miranda interacting with some amazing circus characters. Her self-titled album is available now via Dangerbird. [CMJ]

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