Going unplugged isn’t an issue for Florence & The Machine. You probably could have guessed that. Even without the studio magic and the big musical accompaniment, Flo’s music can be chill-inducing, thanks in large part to that voice of hers. In an old converted synagogue, in front of an audience that included Kanye West and Q-Tip, Florence & The Machine delivered a powerful set that included songs from the first and second album, along with a cover of her favorite song, Otis Redding’s “Try A Little Tenderness.” Watch a few clips from her performance for MTV’s Unplugged below, and see the whole thing over at MTV.