Watch Florence and the Machine's "Delilah" Video

From their latest album ‘From How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.’

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Florence and the Machine just dropped their music video for “Delilah” taken from this year’s How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful project. Conceptualized by director Vincent Haycock, you’ll find Florence moving through a dingy apartment complex that kind of looks like hell. From there, you’ll find various cuts of energetic writhing, religious artifacts and a bunch of extras that look like they got pulled out of a cult 24 hours ago. Watch above.

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