Florence + The Machine Strips Back 'Hunger,' Covers Tori Amos' 'Cornflake Girl' For Spotify Singles: Listen

Indie rock guru Florence + The Machine stopped by the RAK Studios in London for a particular Spotify Singles session; the band recorded High as Hope lead single "Hunger" and a canopy of Tori Amos' "Cornflake Girl." The two tracks debuted right now (Sept. 19).

"Hunger" has frontwoman Florence Welch considering the correlation between magnificence, loneliness and vulnerability. For the soulful Spotify Singles rendition, Welch's voice soars excessive alongside the bare-naked guitar chords because the singer rolls into the hearty lyrics, "At seventeen, I began to starve myself/I believed that love was a form of vacancy/And not less than I understood then the starvation I felt/And I didn't need to name it loneliness." 

 

The second observe gives a darker model of Tori Amos' 1993 hit "Cornflake Girl." Playing with the sense of nostalgia, Welch provides softness and affection to the emotionally-charged lyrics together with her unmistakably soothing vocals. Behind melodic variations and highly effective piano chords, Welch will get uncooked and actual.

Listen to Florence + The Machine's Spotify Singles beneath. 

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