Florence Welch & Dev Hynes cover Icona Pop’s “I Love It”

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At the Human Rights Campaign’s recent “Equality Rocks” show in New York City, Florence + the Machine powerhouse Florence Welch, joined by buddy and producer-to-Solange Dev Hynes, covered the best pop single in recent memory — at least until “Blurred Lines” became a thing, though it is kinda rape-y, or at least substantially douche-y — Icona Pop‘s Charli XCX-penned “I Love It.” Their cover isn’t exactly faithful to the bombastic, party-ready source material, but two of our favorite music in the music-making world do something together, it’s always a good idea to give it the time of day:

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