The xx perform 'You Got The Love' with Florence Welch

After their week-long residency at London's Brixton Academy, which included numerous guests and support acts throughout, The xx ended their reign at the venue last night with a collaboration with Florence Welch.

Going out with a bang, the band played their remix of the hit Florence & The Machine song 'You Got The Love', with Welch herself providing live vocals for the performance.

Check out the fan video for the performance in the player below.

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