A teen in hospice couldn't make it to a Florence and the Machine concert, so they brought it to her

Conversations in the Backseat with Florence Welch
Conversations in the Backseat with Florence Welch

Make sure you have some tissues handy!

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One Texas teenager wasn't able to make it to the Florence and the Machine concert, so instead, the concert was brought to her.

15-year-old cancer Karinya Chen suffers from a rare form of cancer known as paraganglioma, and because of this, didn't get the chance to see Florence and the Machine in concert. However, the teen got a huge surprise when lead singer Florence Welch and guitarist Rob Ackroyd joined her in her room at the Hospice Austin's Christopher House.

As you can see, other teens gathered around her bed to listen the singer belt out "Shake it Out," and "Dog Days are Over." File this under absolutely heartbreaking and beautiful, all at the same time.

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