Florence + The Machine Releases Slow, Swinging 'Delilah': Listen

Eric Ryan Anderson
Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine photographed on May 6, 2015 at The Jane Hotel Roof Top Bar in New York.

Leading up to Florence + the Machine's third studio album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, Billboard cover star Florence Welch has released a new track called "Delilah." 

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It's a steadily marching slow-burner with a strong swagger that should help build build anticipation the the set's June 2 release. 

"Delilah" is the band's fourth song released in the build up the LP, following "Ship to Wreck," "What Kind of Man" and "St. Jude." It builds gracefully as Welch croons out over down tempo piano before a pounding drum kicks in to lead the track to a full swing. 

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"Never knew I was a dancer 'til Delilah showed me how," she belts out. 

Listen to "Delilah" here: