Florence wants Radiohead collaboration
Florence Welch has revealed that she'd like to sign up Radiohead's Thom Yorke to work on her forthcoming second album.
Speaking to Newsbeat the singer said: "I think that he's a really amazing musician - I'd like to do something with him in the future."
Nominated for three Brit Awards in 2010, she is currently working on the follow-up to her number one album Lungs released last year.
She added: "I've never met him but I'm a big fan of his work. I think it could work - I haven't done anything about it though."
Last month, describing the sound of the new songs she's currently working on with producer Paul Epworth she explained: "It sounds a bit more fuzzy, a bit harder.
"If the first album was animal and anatomical, I think this one is chemical and elemental."
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