Florence Welch Channels “St. Jude” in New Video

Florence and the Machine are giving their fans the perfect cure to another dreary Monday; a new music video.

The video is for the track, “St.Jude” which made its debut earlier this month during a London show (fellow new song “Third Eye” also made its debut that night). Now, the video is out and features Welch soaking wet and roaming alone as she sings about the patron saint of lost causes. True, she looks like she could be said saint.

Watch the video below.

The video was directed by Vincent Haycock who directed the video for How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’s lead single “What Kind of Man.” For those who don’t read the captions or descriptions on YouTube, you might miss a very important piece of information; “St. Jude” is the second chapter of the How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful odyssey meaning we could totally be getting a mini movie out of this album.

How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful is set to be released on June 2.  

Florence and the Machine Debut New Songs Live

With the release of Florence and the Machine’s new album still a couple of months away, the group gave fans at a London gig a surprise; a taste of four new songs.

Two of the tracks, “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” and “What Kind of Man” already made their debut on the internet when the news hit that the group’s follow-up to 2011’s Ceremonials would be released this year.

During the London show, they introduced two other new songs titled “St. Jude” and “Third Eye.”

Watch all four fan-shot videos below.

How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful will be released on June 2 through Republic Records