Florence and the Machine made a striking appearance at the first weekend of Coachella, made all the more striking by the fact that Florence Welch broke her foot during the performance.

The trooper that she is, she soldiered on despite the injury, and during her appearance at the festival's second weekend, she had to sit and was unable to do her usually high-energy performance.

But that didn't stop her from making something special out of it.

"To make up for my foot being broken, and not being able to stand for you, I thought we should give you something really special," she told the audience. "Everyone, this is Father John Misty, who has, very kindly, agreed to sing a song for you, in support of my right foot." Misty replied, "What have you gotten me into?"

The duo then proceeded to deliver an intimate and heartfelt take on the Everly Brother's classic, "Love Hurts" -- check it out above. Written by songwriter Boudleaux Bryant, the song first became a hit for the Everlys back in 1960. It was later done by Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris in 1973 for what many consider the definitive version, though it was Scottish rockers Nazareth who had the biggest hit with the song, taking it into the Billboard Top 10 in 1976.