Florence + The Machine debuted three new tracks from their upcoming album on Saturday, Oct. 15. NME reports the band performed at The New York's Creators Project, treating the audience to 'Spectrum', 'Heartlines', and 'Never Let Me Go'.

Fans of 2009's 'Lungs' will eat these up for sure. The ballad 'Never Let Me Go' shows Florence Welch's romantic side while maintaining the group's signature ethereal, whimsical sound. 'Heartlines' features tribal drums and chants behind Welch's lead vocals. If the marketing machine is as good as the one backing Florence Welch, they will release 'Spectrum' as a single, because it has all the colors of a hit. 'Spectrum' is the heaviest of the new songs, with rock 'n' roll drums that'll inspire listeners to dance, and should garner new fans as well as delighting those already enamored with the band.

Florence + The Machine's new album, 'Ceremonials', drops on Oct. 31. The album features all three songs in addition to the current single 'Shake It Out' and fan favorite 'What The Water Gave Me'. Based on what we've heard so far, the album is going to be a smash.

Watch Florence + The Machine Perform 'Spectrum' Live

Watch Florence + The Machine Perform 'Heartlines' Live

Watch Florence + The Machine Perform 'Never Let Me Go' Live