When Florence and the Machine took ‘Breath of Life ‘

Florence and the Machine is an English Indie Rock band and their single ‘Breath of Life,’ exclusively recorded for the film ‘Snow White and the Huntsmen’ came out in the year 2012. 
It begins with a majestic beating of drums which lead us into the song naturally. Flo’s powerful vocals have something arresting in their essence as she creates a grand carnival of melody and rhythm with her voice. The vibrancy of her voice is augmented by weighty lyrics penned by Isabella Summers.
But what truly walks away with the spotlight, is the choir and set of musicians.Orchestrated by James Newton Howard, the song’s background is heavy, impactful and epic, to say the least. Violins, cellos, resounding drums and a dramatic choir provide a heady mix to the sung. A rush of blood to the head, this one, truly.
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Samreen Chabra

Samreen Chabra (MCM College 36)

18 years old. Writer. Theatre Artist. As a writer I don’t restrict myself at all and experiment with genres as much as I can. Writing for me has always been about introducing a new line of thought, or just something to ponder upon. More precious than the content, is the feeling that comes along with it. And I hope to give my readers the same heartening experience.


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