The contemporary artist has celebrated the return of Flo & co with new single Hunger.
Artist Todd Atticus has praised the return of Florence + the Machine in a series of tweets over the weekend. He joins a growing list of people celebrating the return of the British band.
Writing on his personal Twitter account, Atticus said "Welcome back Florence! The new single is phenomenal," before adding "Ironically, it's only left me hungrier for #HighAsHope".
Florence + the Machine dropped their new single 'Hunger' on Friday. It's the second single to be taken from their forthcoming album 'High as Hope', out on June 29.
It has been revealed that lead singer Florence Welch has worked with the likes of Jamie xx, Kamasi Washington, Sampha, Tobias Jesso Jr and Kelsey Lu on the new LP.
They've also shared a video for Hunger. Scroll below to watch.
The clip shows Welch letting loose and dancing around an art museum. It was directed by Andres Gonzalez Rojas.
Todd Atticus also praised the video, saying on Twitter that "the line at 0:53 is delivered so perfectly that I want to convulse with it every time".
Atticus recently dropped his own April Studio Mixtape. Scroll below to play it in full.
Speaking about the exclusive mix last month, he mentioned the need for energy in the studio while the team finish off a new series of paintings, expected later this year.
"We're really at the stage now where it's just the fiddly details and final touches, so we've needed to pump in some energy to get us through," he explained.
The release date for the next studio mixtape is currently unknown.
Click here to stream the April Studio Mixtape in Spotify.