Footage emerges of Florence + The Machine playing new songs live – watch

The band debuted tracks from 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful' at Tufnell Park's Dome venue last night (March 4)

Footage of Florence + The Machine debuting new songs at a special show at London’s Tufnell Park Dome last night (March 4) has emerged online.

Click below to watch fan-shot videos of the band performing ‘St Jude’, ‘Third Eye’ and the title track from forthcoming third album ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’.

Last night’s gig was the band’s first show of 2015. Current single ‘What Kind Of Man’ opened the set, which began at 9pm. Backed by an 11 piece band, which included a harpist, horn players and backing vocalists, the energetic show spanned Welch’s musical career.

The show was attended by ticket ballot-winning fans as well as The Kills, The xx, Klaxons, Dan from Bastille, Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw, model Daisy Lowe and actress Sadie Frost.

Florence + The Machine played:

‘What Kind Of Man’
‘Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)’
‘What The Water Gave Me’
‘Breaking Down’
‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’
‘All This And Heaven Too’
‘Only If For A Night’
‘Drumming’
‘Shake It Out’
‘Dog Days Are Over’
‘St Jude’
‘Third Eye’
‘No Light No Light’

‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ is the third album from Florence + The Machine and follows 2009 debut ‘Lungs’ and its follow up ‘Ceremonials’. Produced by Dravs (Björk, Arcade Fire, Coldplay), the new album also includes contributions from Paul Epworth, Kid Harpoon and John Hill and will be released on June 1.

The ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ tracklisting is as follows:

‘Ship To Wreck’
‘What Kind Of Man’
‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’
‘Queen Of Peace’
‘Various Storms & Saints’
‘Delilah’
‘Long & Lost’
‘Caught’
‘Third Eye’
‘St Jude’
‘Mother’

Florence + The Machine will play BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Norwich this May, and are also due to play a number of European festivals this summer including Way Out West in Sweden, Super Bock Super Rock in Portugal, Benicàssim in Spain, Oya in Norway, Flow Festival in Finland, Rock Werchter in Belgium and Hurricane and South Side festivals in Germany and Electric Picnic in Ireland.