The music video sees Florence Welch being left alone in a dark place before she melts into sticky substance.
Florence and the Machine have made public a music video to support their single "Never Let Me Go". The clip sees its frontwoman Florence Welch in a black hoodie as she enjoys a good time with a boy she met in a dark place. The joy ends as soon as it starts, leading her to be covered in black gooey substance.
"Never Let Me Go" comes from production hands of Paul Epworth and is taken from the band's latest studio album "Ceremonials". Florence said, "The gospel thing comes from my obsession with hymns. I'm drawn to anything that has a hymnal quality, be it Spiritualized or dusty old albums by Georgian choirs."
Florence and her band are now gearing up to release an unplugged album which was taken from their taping session for MTV's "Unplugged" set. As for a brand new album, she has already had idea for it and can't wait to return to the recording booth. "I'm really anxious to get back in the studio. I need to get stuff out of my head," she gushed.
Florence and the Machine's "Never Let Me Go" music video