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Clash Magazine issue 68 - Florence And The Machine

Florence and the Machine's Florence Welch is Clash Magazine's latest cover star looking suitably heavenly in our new issue as she releases her 'Ceremonials' album upon her adoring public.

“You know when you’re just getting tired of yourself and you’re falling into the same patterns of behaviour? It’s a bit like, ‘I’m gonna be myself forever. That sucks.’”

Many people would disagree with the idea of becoming Florence Welch as being a sucky existence. But the pop star persists with the concept. “I like the idea of being able to get outside of your own flesh and leaving it behind. I always get this sense of being stuck in your own head, like you don’t have enough eyeballs, or something.”

Read an excerpt from our interview with Florence And The Machine HERE.

Also in the magazine are interviews with Oneohtrix Point Never, Lana Del Rey, M83, a technology special featuring Roots Manuva, a feature of Dub's studio wizards including Denis Bovell, Bunny Lee, and Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, and Clash speaks with the visionaries who ditched traditional musical instruments to fashion their own melodic tools including Björk, MIcachu and others.

As always, to accompanying the issue is a new Cross Section download album featuring some of the acts featured in the magazine including M83, Zola Jesus, Dominique Young Unique, New Look, Younghusband, Worship, Summer Camp, Anstam, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Black Dog, Distal and Oneohtrix Point Never.
Download it HERE.

Of course, we have the month's essential music news, album and film reviews, the latest technology and fashion news and more.

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