Florence + The Machine Cover Fleetwood Mac's "Silver Springs"

It happened over the weekend in London.

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Florence + The Machine are certainly no stranger to covers, and over the weekend the acclaimed group served up their own version of Fleetwood Mac’s “Silver Springs.” Originally released back in 1977 as the B-Side for Fleetwood Mac‘s “Go Your Own Way” single, the song receives new life courtesy of Florence + The Machine’s London’s St. John At Hackney performance. This is certainly one way to celebrate the BRIT Awards in style. You can check out footage of the cover above.

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