Florence And The Machine remix by TV On The Radio's Dave Sitek surfaces online - audio

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A remix of Florence And The Machine's new single 'No Light, No Light' by TV On The Radio's Dave Sitek has surfaced online.

The track - which you can listen to by scrolling down and clicking below - is set to feature on a special 12 inch version of the song, due out next month.

The video for the single was recently at the centre of a race row after its makers were accused of espousing 'white supremacist' views.

A piece entitled ‘White Supremacy all dressed up in a pop video is still White Supremacy’, posted on Racialicious.com, had suggested that the video is packed full of "racist imagery". The site said that the video was guilty of "glorifying the white female central character as representing goodness, all while vilifying the evil dark skinned heathen Other".

Meanwhile, singer Florence Welch recently paid tribute to the late Amy Winehouse at the VH1 Divas concert at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom.

Welch sang a shortened version of Winehouse's single 'Back to Black'. Scroll down to see fan-shot footage of the performance.

Jessie J, Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Hudson and Kelly Clarkson all also took part in the Divas Celebrate Soul event.

Florence and the Machine - No Light, No Light (Dave Sitek mix) by factmag


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