The online stream will cost £3.99 and happen in real time on October 25

Florence And The Machine have announced that they will be streaming their only public UK show of 2011.

The band, who release their second album ‘Ceremonials’ on October 31, will play London‘s Hackney Empire on October 25. Tickets for the show sold out earlier today (October 14) in just one minute but the show will be streamed online in real time.

Fans will have to pay £3.99 in order to watch the gig and will be able to chat with other users of the special video programme during the show. An official souvenir programme will also be available to download which will feature a ‘signed’ setlist, a photo gallery and Florence Welch’s performance notes.

For more information and e-tickets for the live stream, visit Florenceandthemachine.net

‘Ceremonials’ has been produced by Paul Epworth and features the band’s new single ‘Shake It Out’ and the previously available ‘What The Water Gave Me’.

To read a new interview with Florence And The Machine, pick up the new issue of NME, which is on UK newsstands now or available digitally.