Watch Florence Welch fall off a skyscraper in new video for 'No Light No Light'

Singer also crowd surfs in a church in promo for her band's new single

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Florence And The Machine have posted the video for their new single 'No Light No Light' online, which sees singer Florence Welch fall off a skyscraper, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to watch the video.

The track is the second single to be released from the band's new album 'Ceremonials', which came out last month. It follows the previous release of 'Shake It Out', which came out in October and 'What The Water Gave Me', which was posted online as a preview of the album.

In the video, Welch, who appears to be being controlled by a man holding a voodoo doll, falls from the building and into a church, only to be caught and held aloft by a group of choir boys.

The singer also recently spoke about the creation of 'Ceremonials', revealing that making the album was both "joyous" and "hard work".

She said of the recording process: "It was hard work making the album but it was quite a joyous experience as well. I think this time around I had a better idea of what I wanted to do and it was a really enjoyable experience. We did a lot of work with the band this time, a lot of rehearsing live before we went in to record it."

You can watch a new video interview with Florence Welch discussing 'Ceremonials' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

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