Florence Welch covers Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' in south London bar – watch

The Florence and the Machine frontwoman also performed Gossip's 'Standing In The Way of Control' on Friday night

Florence And The Machine frontwoman Florence Welch recently covered Daft Punk's hit single 'Get Lucky' at a bar in south London.

Welch gave an impromptu performance of the track last Friday night (July 19) with function band Sourberry during their annual party at South London Pacific, as well as singing Gossip hit 'Standing In The Way of Control', doing a shot of tequila during the performance, reports Spin. Click above to watch.

Sourberry wrote: "It was the annual Sourberry summer party and Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine was in attendance. She hopped up on stage during our sound check and rocked out a couple of numbers with us while we warmed up. 'Get Lucky' - Daft Punk and 'Standing In The Way Of Control' - The Gossip. So let's raise the bar, and our [tequila shot] to the stars...".

Florence Welch also recently covered Icona Pop's single 'I Love It'. Welch's version of the track featured piano accompaniment from Solange collaborator and Blood Orange man Dev Hynes. Their version of the Swedish duo's song was recorded at the Human Rights Campaign Equality Rocks benefit in New York.

Welch's last piece of original material was a new song called 'Over The Love', which she recorded for Jay-Z's official soundtrack to the The Great Gatsby which also featured The xx, Jack White, Lana Del Rey and Beyoncé.

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