It's no 'Dog Days Are Over,' but Florence + the Machine continue their assault on the Billboard Alternative chart with 'No Light, No Light,' the third single off their 'Ceremonials' album. The track trades in the band's melodramatic approach for a more club-ready vibe -- which may have something to do with its late-night composition. "We had gone out for [guitarist] Rob [Ackroyd]'s birthday to an all-night restaurant in Brussels called Midnights," Florence Welch told MTV. "We went to this funny restaurant and then got on the tour bus, and everyone was a bit drunk and it was like, 'Yeah, let's write a song.'" She later called it "one of the biggest tracks on the album."