How high can Florence + the Machine go? Pretty high, it turns out. The British alternative rock outfit is on fire in its homeland, where all three of its albums hit No. 1 on the national chart. The last of those, 2015's How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, gave Florence and Co. their first No. 1 on the Billboard 200. 

Today sees the release of High As Hope, the group’s fourth album. The 10-track set clocks in at 40 minutes, features the striking first single "Hunger" and Patti Smith-tribute "Patricia," and it's stuffed with "joy and fury," says band leader Florence Welch. Stream the album below.