Florence And The Machine to reissue debut album with 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' single

Two-disc version of 'Lungs' is released in November

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Florence And The Machine have announced plans to re-release their 2009 debut album 'Lungs' with The Twilight Saga: Eclipse track 'Heavy In Your Arms'.

The band will bring out the record – dubbed 'Between Two Lungs' – on November 15 with new sleeve art, sleeve notes by Florence Welch and a ten-track second disc packed with exclusive live songs and remixes, including the singer's Dizzee Rascal collaboration 'You Got The Dirtee Love'.

'Heavy In Your Arms', which is produced by Paul Epworth and will appear on disc two, will also be released as a single on the same day.

"'Heavy In Your Arms' I suppose is about the weight of love, and how sometimes it can be a burden between two people," Welch wrote on her official site florenceandthemachine.net. "I felt this was a strong theme in the Twilight series. Is someone being rescued or are they being condemned? And is the love you carry bringing you down?"

The full tracklisting for 'Between Two Lungs' is as follows:

CD 1
'Dog Days Are Over'
'Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)'
'I'm Not Calling You A Liar'
'Howl'
'Kiss With A Fist'
'Girl With One Eye'
'Drumming'
'Between Two Lungs'
'Cosmic Love'
'My Boy Builds Coffins'
'Hurricane Drunk'
'Blinding'
'You've Got The Love'


CD 2
'Heavy In Your Arms'
'You've Got The Dirtee Love'
'Hurricane Drunk' (The Horrors Remix)
'Strangeness & Charm' (Live from Hammersmith Apollo)
'Swimming' (Live From Hammersmith Apollo)
'Dog Days Are Over' (Yeasayer Remix)
'Drumming Song' (Live from London Roundhouse)
'Girl With One Eye' (Live from London Roundhouse)
'Hurricane Drunk' (Live from London Roundhouse)
'Dog Days Are Over' (Live from London Roundhouse)
'My Boy Builds Coffins' (Live from London Roundhouse)
'Hospital Beds' (Live from London Roundhouse)

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