BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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I revisit my adolescent angst in the dramatic throes of Linkin Park’s “Numb,” and I cringe at my compulsory desire for heterosexuality when I hear the Jonas Brothers sing “When You Look Me in the Eyes.”
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I revisit my adolescent angst in the dramatic throes of Linkin Park’s “Numb,” and I cringe at my compulsory desire for heterosexuality when I hear the Jonas Brothers sing “When You Look Me in the Eyes.”
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Both of these songs were released Jan. 24, shortly after Florence + the Machine was announced Jan. 9 as one of the headliners at New York City’s 2019 Governors Ball Music Festival.
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Both of these songs were released Jan. 24, shortly after Florence + the Machine was announced Jan. 9 as one of the headliners at New York City’s 2019 Governors Ball Music Festival.
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Like the near-weightless being that Florence Welch resembled upon her first careful step onstage, the group exceeded such anticipations, and then some.
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Like the near-weightless being that Florence Welch resembled upon her first careful step onstage, the group exceeded such anticipations, and then some.
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Writing about art put me close to so many artists. It was exhilarating. But I was only ever close.
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Writing about art put me close to so many artists. It was exhilarating. But I was only ever close.
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Florence and the Machine’s new album High As Hope relies primarily on Florence Welch’s vocalization, so even though the album has been described as a more stripped-down version of her sound, the effect is still incredibly rich.
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Florence and the Machine’s new album High As Hope relies primarily on Florence Welch’s vocalization, so even though the album has been described as a more stripped-down version of her sound, the effect is still incredibly rich.
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The documentary tries its best to seem as authentic as possible, with shaky camera movements and more than one tearful breakdown.
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The documentary tries its best to seem as authentic as possible, with shaky camera movements and more than one tearful breakdown.
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