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Watch Florence + the Machine perform ‘South London Forever’ live at The Joiner Arms in London

The clip comes ahead of this week's Mercury Prize ceremony.
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Published: 12:03 pm, September 18, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Watch Florence + the Machine perform ‘South London Forever’ live at The Joiner Arms in London

Florence + the Machine has released a video for ‘South London Forever’, shot live at The Joiner Arms.

The song’s taken from new album ‘High As Hope’, which has been nominated for this year’s Mercury Prize, the winner of which will be announced later this week.

Other acts up for the gong include Wolf Alice, Lily Allen, Everything Everything, King Krule, Nadina Shah, Arctic Monkeys and for some reason, Noel Gallagher.

Florence will tour the UK this November, with a run that includes two nights at London’s O2 Arena.

Watch ‘South London Forever’ below.

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