Florence Welch teams with Mark Ronson, Emile Haynie for new collaboration

29 Jul

British singer/songwriter Florence Welch, who serves as lead vocalist of indie rock band Florence and the Machine, has teamed up with Mark Ronson and Emile Haynie for a new collaboration.

Ronson and Haynie have collectively co-written and produced “Locked Out of Heaven,” “Gorilla” and “Young Girls” for Bruno Mars, taken from the artist’s sophomore album, 2012’s “Unorthodox Jukebox” (Atlantic Records).

Other notable production credits by Ronson include Lady GaGa’s “Perfect Illusion,” Adele’s “Lay Me Down,” Solange’s “6 O’Clock Blues,” Christina Aguilera’s “Slow Down Baby,” Estelle’s “Magnificent,” Sean Paul’s “International Affair,” Lily Allen’s “Littlest Things,” and Amy Winehouse’s “Rehab.”

In addition to previously collaborating with Welch on “Too Much is Never Enough,” “I Will Be” and the Amanda Ghost-assisted “I Come Apart,” Haynie’s resume boasts further works with Lana Del Rey (“Blue Jeans”), Ed Sheeran (“Photograph”), Dua Lipa (“New Love”), Troye Sivan (“Talk Me Down”), FKA twigs (“Two Weeks”) and Emeli Sande (“My Kind of Love”).

Meanwhile, Florence & the Machine are reportedly working on their upcoming fourth album under Island Records (UK) and Republic Records (US).

The still-untitled collection serves as the follow-up to 2015’s “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful,” which topped both the US and UK Albums Chart and spawned singles including “Ship to Wreck” and “What Kind of Man.”

Stream “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” below.

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