Florence + The Machine Unplugs For NPR Tiny Desk: Watch

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Florence + the Machine perform during NPR's Tiny Desk concert series.

Florence + The Machine stopped by NPR's Tiny Desk to give a euphoric rendition of songs from her 2018 High As Hope album. 

The band opened with "June," the intro song from High As Hope, with frontwoman Florence Welch draped in a turquoise and gold robe. Welch's silky voice filled the small room as she closed her eyes and clapped to the melody.

Next was "Patricia," with Welch delivering her trademark chilling vocals and effortlessly dipping between high and low notes.

"I'm sorry I'm shy, if this was a big gig I'd probably be climbing all over here, but I'm so nervous," the indie rock singer admitted mid-performance.

FATM ended with the upbeat "Ship to Wreck" track from 2015's How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful album, as Welch slowly swayed in front of the microphone. 

Watch the full performance below.


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