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Florence Leontine Mary Welch is best known as the lead singer and the principal songwriter of Florence and the Machine, a popular indie rock band.
Titled as ‘Lungs’, the band’s debut album released in 2009 topped the UK Albums chart for 28 weeks consecutively and secured the BRIT Award for Best British Album. In 2011, ‘Ceremonials’ the band’s second album debuted #1 in the UK and #6 on the US Billboard 200.
In 2015, the third album, ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’, bagged a huge number of positive reviews and also topped the album charts in the UK and the US.
In June 2018, the band released its fourth album ‘High as Hope’, which sold more than one million copies worldwide. In 2018, Welch brought out a book titled ‘Useless Magic’, housing a collection of her poems and lyrics with interesting illustrations.
How much is the net worth of Florence Welch?
Florence Welch’s current net worth is $28 million. She is best known as the lead singer and the principal songwriter of Florence and the Machine, a popular indie rock band.
The themes and appeal of Welch’s songs align with the songs created by her contemporaries like Lily Allen, Amy Winehouse, Adele, and Kate Nash in bending genres and being gossip-loving. She too creates songs that are moody and belong to the classical art rock type like the ones of Kate Bush.
In 2007, she won a massive appeal by blending pop, Baroque and soul arrangements into her compositions. Welch is also touted as a fashion icon for her red curls and daring but casual style.
Net Worth of Florence Welch: Quick Summary
|Name||Florence Leontine Mary Welch|
|Popular Name||Florence Welch|
|Birth Date||28 August 1986|
|Birth Place||London, England|
|Career Roles||Song Writer, Singer|
|Important Genres||India Rock, Indie Pop|
|Years Active in The Industry||2006 to present|
|Popular Labels||Moshi Moshi, Iamsound, Island, Universal Republic, Republic, Virgin EMI|
|Associated Acts||Florence and the Machine|
|Net Worth In 2022||$28 million|
|Discography||Lungs (2009)Ceremonials (2011)How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful (2015)High as Hope (2018)|
|Facebook Account||5 Million|
|Twitter Account||1 Million|
|Instagram Account||1.8 Million|
Net Worth Of Florence Welch
Florence Welch net worth in 2022 is estimated at $28 million. The majority of her earnings are from her band Florence and the Machine. Her album ‘Lungs’ released in July 2009 captured a place among the most popular releases in the UK. In less than 12 months, Florence could successfully send four of her creations to the top 40 slots on the charts.
Tracks from the album ‘Lungs’ have featured in a number of feature films and television shows like ‘Glee’. In 2009, this album sold more than 3 million copies earning her around $3,900,000
In 2010, Welch earned over $1,300,000 from selling over 1 million copies of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. The album Ceremonials sold more than 2 million copies earning her $2,600,000 in 2011. In the next year, she made around $41,390 when the album MTV Unplugged sold over 31,837 copies.
Her 2012 earnings from the sale of the album 18 Months was $1,430,000 as the sale crossed over 1,096,861 copies. Welch earned around $4,380,000 when the album Sweet Nothing with Calvin Harris sold around 3.37 million copies in 2013. The album The Great Gatsby: Music from Baz Luhrmann’s Film sold more than 755 thousand copies fetching her an income of $981,500 in May 2013.
In January 2013, Florence earned not less than $1,440,000 from the album Long. Live. ASAP, which sold 1.11 million copies around the world. Welch made around $7,690,000 from the ticket sales of Ceremonials Tour with over 126,014 tickets sold.
In May 2015, the album How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful sold more than 1 million copies fetching her an income of over $1,300,000. The sale of 153,857 tickets of the How Big Tour, How Blue Tour and the How Beautiful Tour in 2016 earned her $8,820,000.
Album Joanne sold more than 1 million copies earning her around $1,300,000 in 2016. Welch earned more than $443,680 in 2017 from the box office sales of the movie Song to Song.
Career Outline of Florance Welch
Debuting her musical career in 2006, initially Florence performed with her friend Isabella Summers in the UK. Their association eventually formed Florence & The Machine.
Welch later said that the name of the band stemmed from a private joke with Welch calling her friend Isabella as Isabella Machine while calling herself Florence Robot.
Florence and Isabella performed in small venues in London jointly under the names Florence Robot/Isa Machine.
In 2007, Florence recorded an album known as Plans projecting the band name Ashok. In 2008, Welch released two debut singles, Kiss With A Fist, and Dog Days Are Over, and both of the scored #51 and #23 respectively.
In 2009, Florence’s another single came out titled Rabbit Heart (Raise Up), just before the release of her debut album with FATM, Lungs, which scored #1 on the album charts of UK also winning two Brit Awards for the band. They also won a Q Award, many other awards and a GLAMOUR Women Of The Year Award for Best Band.
From this album, FATM released around seven singles. During the beginning of 2010, when Florence was preparing to write her new F+M album, her label asked Florence if she could go to Los Angeles to work with writers and US producers and writers in the domain of American Pop music.
In replacement of pregnant Dido in February 2011, Welch sang her part of the Best Original Song nominee “If I Rise” of the film “127 Hours.”
On the Halloween day in 2011, Florence released her second album from Florence + The Machine titled “Ceremonials”, which debuted # 1 on the UK Albums Chart and # 6 on the U.S. Billboard 200.
The group landed two Brit award nominations in February 2012. In the same year, they released the remix of ‘Spectrum’ originally accomplished by Calvin Harris’ which came out as their fourth single from the album “Ceremonials” becoming the group’s #1 hit in UK.
Welch appeared on Harris’s song “Sweet Nothing” which debuted #1 on the singles chart in UK, becoming the second hit of Welch.
This song also scored #1 in Ireland and #2 in Australia, where it received platinum certification. It also scored #2 in New Zealand. The song “Sweet Nothing” was also credited with a Grammy nod for Best Dance Recording.
The band made an announcement about its third album in 2015 known as “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful”, bringing it out on June 1, 2015, which appeared #1 in several markets like UK, US, Canada and Australia.
This album bagged two positions among top 40 also earning nominations for Grammy Award. On June 26, 2015, Florence and the Machine appeared on the headlines of Glastonbury.
As Dave Grohl, part of the Foo Fighters band met with an accident just before a performance was coming up which landed Florence and the Machine to headline the band.
In an announcement made in 2016, Lady Gaga said she and Florence had together created a song known as “Hey Girl,” appearing on the fifth album of Gaga titled “Joanne.”
The Netflix documentary “Gaga: Five Foot Two” showed footage of their studio session. Welch made an appearance in the romantic drama movie “Song to Song” released in March 2017 by Terrence Malick. In the same year, Florence too contr4ibuted to the song “To Be Human” produced for the soundtrack “Wonder Woman”.
FATM released the song “A Sky Full of Song” in April 2018 on YouTube accompanied by a music video under AG Rojas’s direction. On April 21, this song was released for Record Store Day. On June 28, 2018, the band brought out a new single “Hunger,” and on June 29, 2018, their fourth studio album followed under the title “High as Hope”.
During the No Filter Tour of the Rolling Stones at London Stadium during 2018 summer, Welch performed a duet of “Wild Horses” joining Mick Jagger.
Around this time in July 2018, Welch also published her first book “Useless Magic: Lyrics and Poetry”, which contained many of her poetry and lyrics accompanied by an illustrative artwork covering many of her songs from the first album “Lungs” to the album “High as Hope” released in 2018.
An announcement made in April 2021 said Welch would give her lyrics and music for a F. Scott Fitzgerald’s musical adaptation of “The Great Gatsby.”