Another Florence + The Sphinx Song

2014-04-10 by LITERALLY Donald Trump | 9 Comments
A day after releasing Ben Bruce's cover from the compilation, Sumerian Records have released
a a fifth song from Florence + The Sphinx. It is Darkest Hour's cover of "Spectrum." The
album is set to be released on May 13th, and preorders are already available. You can stream
the song below.



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manicmonkey
April 10th 2014
489 Comments


who thought this album would be a good idea

TehEric
April 10th 2014
30 Comments


No, 3 songs were posted yesterday. You can find the other one that was released on their channel. I don't think we need an article for every song released on this.

TheGreatQ
April 10th 2014
2515 Comments


"What is the album exactly?"

Sumerian Records bands covering Florence + The Machine's second album plus "Dog Days Are Over"

Understanding In a Crash
April 11th 2014
428 Comments


Wholly disappointing. Especially with the amount of potential that could of been had. The Darkest Hour rendition is one of the better ones (if not the best) while everything just sounds like garbage.

The omission of D.E.P. and Crosses really was the final nail in the coffin.

GringoSuave89
April 11th 2014
1119 Comments


The omission of D.E.P. and Crosses really was the final nail in the coffin. [2]

SingForTheDead
April 11th 2014
96 Comments


What is this even...

unaMUSEd
April 11th 2014
1441 Comments


Who came up with this idea?

Itwasthatwas
April 12th 2014
1380 Comments


Bizzare

MyCarandMyGuitar
April 13th 2014
2224 Comments


Never thought I'd see a concept for a cover album so abstract that bears nothing interesting about the concept.



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