Florence and the Machine Go Vintage in 'Breaking Down' Music Video
A music video for Florence and the Machine's "Breaking Down" has been unleashed for fans' viewing pleasure. It features shaky footage which were seemingly shot in the old Super 8 film format as the clip follows Florence Welch and her band mates enjoying the warm weather by lounging on the poolside, swimming and playing tennis in a 1960s set.
Some vintage black-and-white scenes and footage capturing the artists' moment on stage are also inserted in the video. Directed by Tabitha Denholm, who has previously worked on the band's videos for "Cosmic Love" and "Never Let Me Go", the clip was filmed while they were on tour in the United States.
"Breaking Down" was written by Welch and is listed on Florence and the Machine's second studio installment "Ceremonials", which has hit the stores the late 2011. Paul Epworth produced all the songs featured in the album.
Florence and the Machine's "Breaking Down" Music Video
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