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Florence Welch, Florence and the Machine - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Florence Welch, Florence and the Machine - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Florence + The Machine brings Marlon Williams to the stage in Sydney

by Paul Cashmere on January 31, 2019

in News

Florence + The Machine performed ‘Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore’ in Sydney with Marlon Williams.

Marlon opened for Florence + The Machine on the Australian tour. Sydney fans were treated to the rare treat of a duet.

“We have had the pleasure of touring and we thought we’d do a little song together”.

The original version of the song is from Marlon’s 2018 ‘Make Way For Love’ album.

Florence + The Machine have now wrapped up their Australian tour. “Thank you to everyone who’s joined us at High As Hope Australia and New Zealand shows,” she said in a Tweet.

The next Florence + The Machine tour kicks off in Germany on 2 March, 2019.

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