Welch was the oldest of three children in an upper-middle-class family in south London. Her mother, an American professor of Renaissance studies, exposed Welch to the art and music of that era. As a child Welch performed at family functions and at school plays, and by her teenage years she had become the lead vocalist of a local band called the Toxic Cockroaches.
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Florence Welch discusses Florence and the Machine's new album, 'High as Hope,' as well as sobriety, embracing loneliness and Patti Smith. This morning, strangely, she went to a museum exhibit that was all about cabins. I lived in South London, so there were no prairies. In conversation, Welch is much more lighthearted than she is in song. The lyrics of her latest Florence and the Machine album — the ornate and intimate pop opus, High as Hope — read like diary entries. In its 10 songs, she tackles eating disorders, meeting people on ecstasy and finding the middle ground between happiness and depression. But off the mic, the auburn-haired year-old, speaks in a lilting soprano, laughs plenty and has an endearing self-effacing quality that you might not expect from a multiplatinum artist. She even thinks she could make a go of cabin life. You have a weird dogged determination. When it comes to actually being really scared, I have a strange bravery.
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Florence Leontine Mary Welch  born 28 August   is an English singer, the lead vocalist and primary songwriter of the indie rock band Florence and the Machine. Their debut studio album, Lungs , was released in ; on 17 January , the album reached the top position on the UK Albums Chart after being on the chart for 28 consecutive weeks. The band's second album, Ceremonials , released in October , debuted at number one in the UK and number six on the US Billboard chart. In , Welch released a book titled Useless Magic , a collection of lyrics and poems written by her, along with illustrations. Welch's parents divorced when she was thirteen, and her mother eventually married their next-door neighbour, Professor Peter Openshaw. Around this time, her maternal grandmother, who had bipolar disorder , died by suicide.
The band's music received praise across the media, especially from the BBC , which played a large part in their rise to prominence by promoting Florence and the Machine as part of BBC Introducing. The band's music is renowned for its dramatic and eccentric production, as well as Welch's powerful vocal performances. The band's debut studio album, Lungs , was released on 6 July , and held the number-two position for its first five weeks on the UK Albums Chart. The group's second studio album, Ceremonials , released in October , entered the charts at number one in the UK and number six in the US. Also in , the band was the headlining act at Glastonbury Festival , making Florence Welch the first British female headliner this century.