Florence + The Machine's 'No Light, No Light' Video Causes Comment Controversy
Florence + The Machine's 'No Light, No Light' Video Causes Comment Controversy

In her new video for "No Light, No Light," Florence Welch continues to explore the territory between Christianity and voodoo spirituality that the U.K. songstress tiptoes around on new album "Ceremonials."

Much like the song -- Florence + the Machine's third "Ceremonials" single -- the "No Light, No Light" clip is dramatic; but more than that, it's completely absurd. Watch below.

To say there's a lot going on is an understatement; a masked and shirtless contortionist, a children's choir, and Florence voodoo doll find their way into the clip, but it Flo who really pushes the drama over the edge. Welch falls from a skyscraper to what we think will be her death, until she busts through the ceiling of a church and into the arms of little boy choir singers.

"Ceremonials" debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 earlier this month, selling 105,000 copies (according to Nielsen SoundScan) in its first week.

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