Florence and the Machine's new album will be a spooky affair - singer Florence Welch has been writing songs about ghosts and her late grandmother.
The Dog Days Are Over hitmaker, who recently revealed she studied witchcraft as a child, admits tracks on her sophomore release are taking on more spiritual subject matters.
She tells Nylon Magazine, "A lot of the songs on the new album are about imaginary things. Things that you can't touch: ghosts and rumours, my dead grandmother, things visiting you in a dream."