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Concert photos: Florence + the Machine at the Peabody Opera House, Sunday, April 29

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St. Louisans flocked to the Peabody Opera House on Sunday night to see Florence + the Machine perform its major hit songs in a theatrical, twirling, emotional manor.

Immediately after the first song, Florence mentioned to the crowd that she felt like she was in a movie and encouraged everyone to stand up. Everyone immediately jumped out of their seats, as if they previously thought there was an unwritten rule that they had to sit. Dancing, clapping, and even some fist pumping occurred throughout the night.

Opener Blood Orange (not pictured) played a very fun solo set utilizing a guitar, some pedals, a looper and a laptop. His songs were accompanied by 80's music video footage projected onto a white sheet, which set the mood for his whimsical and mellow performance.

All photos by Jarred Gastreich.

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