British indie rockers Florence + The Machine stopped by NPR’s longstanding Tiny Desk Concert series to perform some new tunes off of the band’s recently released 2018 studio effort, High As Hope, as well as a song off of 2015’s How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.

Joined by guitarist Robert Ackroyd, vocalist/keyboardist Hazel Mill, and pedal harp player Tom Monger, Florence Welch and her bandmates worked through “June” and “Patricia” off of their 2018 release High As Hope before ending the brief performance with a take on 2015’s “Ship To Wreck”. Co-produced by frontwoman and songwriter Florence Welsh and her friend Emily HaynieHigh As Hope features saxophone extraordinaire Kamasi Washington, Jamie xx, Sampha, Tobias Jesso Jr., and Kelsey Lu.

Watch video of Florence + The Machine’s Tiny Desk Concert performance below:

Florence + The Machine – ‘Tiny Desk Concert’ Series

[Video: NPR]

Florence + The Machine is in the midst of wrapping up the North American leg of their world tour in support of High As Hope, before bringing their encapsulating performances through the U.K., Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Italy, Spain, France, and the Netherlands. For a full list of Florence + The Machine’s upcoming tour dates, head to their website.

[H/T JamBase]