Florence And The Machine are set to re-release the single Dog Days Are Over on April 11th 2010 through Island Records.
2009 was quite an impressive year for Florence, the album 'Lungs' went to number one and has sold over 700,000 albums. She was nominated for 3 Brits and played a number of sell-out shows around the world.
2010 will see no let up in the heavy tour schedule, her tour throughout the UK in May is now sold-out.
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