Only 6,000 or so lucky fans will get to attend next week's Florence + the Machine concert at New York's Radio City Music Hall, but now, thanks to Fuse, everyone can witness the show. Fuse has announced the site will air the sold-out gig in its entirety.

Viewers can see the stream in HD starting at 9 PM ET on Tuesday, May 8. The concert will include tracks from the band's two successful albums, 'Lungs' and 'Ceremonials.' Perhaps Florence Welch and company will even sing 'Breath of Life,' a newly-unveiled track that's from the 'Snow White and the Huntsman' soundtrack and has appeared in a commercial for the flick as well.

Florence + the Machine's live shows have become some of the most exciting in popular music. Fans raved about their epic set at Coachella, while the group's 2011 performance in New York was turned into an 'MTV Unplugged' CD/DVD package and featured a guest appearance from Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age.

Florence + the Machine will join Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, Linkin Park and others on the long list of acts that have appeared on the 'Fuse Presents' series. Fuse has created a special Florence + the Machine page to promote the upcoming show.