Florence + The Machine Perform Heartwarming Duet With Teen At Hospice

The private performance came after the 15-year-old was unable to attend the band's concert in Austin, Texas.

A 15-year-old girl whose health prevented her from attending a Florence + The Machine concert got a remarkable surprise when the band brought the concert to her.

Cell phone video captured the stunning acoustic set inside of a Texas hospice, as singer Florence Welch held the girl’s hand and they sang, one on one, "Shake It Out" and "Dog Days Are Over."

“Today we were privileged to witness the clear joy of a room full of teenagers singing with Florence Welch and guitarist Rob Ackroyd from Florence and The Machine who came to Hospice Austin's Christopher House to give a private concert to a teen who missed her concert last night due to her illness,” Hospice Austin posted with one of two YouTube video uploads Friday.

“The room was full; full of joy and warmth and love and life and singing," the post read. "Thank you, Florence!”

Both videos have been viewed tens of thousands of times since their upload.

The English band is currently in the middle of their "How Beautiful" tour in North America.



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