Florence Welch's music is big. Obvious statement, no? It's big enough that even on The View, with a backing screen of clip-art snowflakes and a backing choir that's maybe a handful of people, "Shake It Out" sounded colossal. (Her belting helped a lot.) It's big enough that it got her on VH1 Divas, after which she was compared to She of Very Big Music, Celine Dion. It's big enough that the quiet moments--Florence's whispered "looking to heaven," on which she's actually softer than the choir--really stand out. It's big enough that it's probably going to be the trademark single from Ceremonials, the way "Dog Days are Over" was for Lungs; it's effective and big, so we don't really mind.