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Florence + the Machine

No Light, No Light

The Vinyl Factory / Island Records

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The Vinyl Factory and Island Records are proud to present a luxurious limited edition of 'No Light, No Light', the new single to be taken from Florence + the Machine's acclaimed album Ceremonials.

This is the second of a series of limited Florence vinyl releases with The Vinyl Factory; each cover will showcase the creative collaboration between Florence Welch and Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld, who personally chose Florence as his muse for next season's collection and for whom she performed at Paris Fashion Week.

Each cover has been screen printed, silver foiled and hand numbered on pristine white card and features a unique series of photographic portraits personally taken by the fashion legend, which will remain exclusive to these releases.

Each sleeve houses a heavyweight 180-gram 12" white vinyl contained in a black inner bag. The record itself is the only physical release of 'No Light No Light', and includes a remix by TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek, only available physically on this release.

Product Details:

* Unique cover photography by Karl Lagerfeld
* Screen printed and silver foiled on pristine white card
* Heavyweight 180-gram 12" white vinyl, containing Dave Sitek remix and original version of 'No Light, No Light'
* Bespoke black inner sleeves
* One colour black ink on white labels
* Hand-numbered sleeves


A. No Light, No Light    (4.35)
B. No Light, No Light - DAS remix   (4.38)

Available to order now, exclusively from The Vinyl Factory.

Florence and the Machine’s critically acclaimed second album, Ceremonials, was released on 31 October on Island Records. Together with her long-time collaborator, producer Paul Epworth, Ceremonials is an expansive art-pop vision that veers from the tender to the epic. Since bursting onto the scene with her debut album, Lungs, Florence + The Machine has etched herself onto popular consciousness, selling over 3 million albums, garnering critical acclaim and winning numerous awards.