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Watch Florence Welch Sing With A Fan In Hospice And Try Not To Weep

'Shake It Off' has never sounded so beautiful

When Florence Welch visited a Texas hospice to give a private concert to a fan, she found someone who matched her note for note.

The Florence and the Machine singer and guitarist Rob Ackroyd visited Hospice Austin’s Christopher House over the weekend while in town for the band’s How Big How Beautiful tour. There, they performed “Shake It Off” and “Dog Days Are Over” for a 15-year-old patient who had tickets to the band’s concert but couldn’t attend due to her illness.

A video caption reads, “The room was full; full of joy and warmth and love and life and singing. Thank you, Florence!” At one point, Welch even paused the song to compliment her duet partner’s harmonizing, while the rest of the room clapped and sang along.

Watch the heartwarming videos below (but make sure you have some tissues handy first).