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24 January 2012, 17:34
The 'Drumming Song' star admits that her upcoming band's jaunt will be more low key than previous outings.
Florence & The Machine have confessed that their forthcoming US tour will be kept "pure" and less "extravagant" in order to truly showcase the band's music.
Singer Florence Welch told MTV News that she is looking forward to heading back on the road in Spring and admits the songs are the most important thing to her.
"In a way, it's not going to be too big a production; we've done a lot of quite extravagant stuff, and that's been amazing, but for this tour, it's definitely going to be about showcasing the music.
"The songs are going to be the most important thing. It will be heavily based on the music. No bells and whistles just yet, we're going to try and keep it quite pure."
The band will head out on the 15-date jaunt in April calling at Santa Barbara, California first before climaxing in Atlantic City on 12th May.