Producer Paul Epworth has revealed to fans details about Florence & The Machine's new album.
Epworth took to Twitter to reveal that the band are currently putting the finishing touches to the anticipated follow-up to 2009's 'Lungs'.
Producer Paul Epworth, who recently worked with Adele and Friendly Fires, said he 'can't 'wait' for people to hear the new album.
He told fans over Twitter: ''Had a week of wonderful mixes coming in for Florence 2. I love handing something over to hear it come back better. I feel for the a&r dept having to try and whittle these tracks down to 10 or 12 because there really are no weak ones.''
Adding: ''It's a weird record that sounds live in ways and like a machine in others, with sensitivity and power from both the music and Flo's voice.''
Earlier this year, Epworth told BBC 6 music: ''She's amazing. She's worked really really hard to create such a big body of work, we've whittled a long list of songs to about sixteen. I just can't wait to get it done. The record will probably be finished by the end of July.''
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