The output from Florence and The Machine's third album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, thus far has failed to capture my attention the way previous releases from the collective have. The LP's fourth single, Delilah, FINALLY changes that- praise the Lord!
With its slow build, Florence's rousing vocal (which contains head notes- yay!) and an energetic instrumentation, Delilah could be the thing the avant-garde group need to get the public interested again.
What do they say: "fourth time's the charm"? [FYI: No, they do not say that. So don't you go around repeating it. People will laugh and point at you.]