Release of the Witch (Florence + the Machine...
Travis thought that moving to Maine was the worst thing that could ever happen to him.
It's not that he's wrong-he's very, very right. Just not in the ways he'd expect.
His parents bought a house that the whole town is convinced is cursed and that's not even the beginning of the issue. The house is actually cursed, a restless spirit of the town's witch trials trapped in it and when that specific spirit starts talking to Travis he's drawn into something even deeper than he had expected.
Florence Welch was a witch. She was also alive once. Now she's trapped in the house she lived in, by the lies she's told and the people she's betrayed. Her life was catalogued by Isabella in a book, and through small keepsakes and for the past two hundred years she's been seeking a way to be set free.
Travis finds himself relieving her life, watching it unfold and burn in front of him. He begins to find out that the witches aren't the only part of the story.
As their stories and lives become more and more intertwined Travis finds himself asking the wrong questions and drawing more intention than he realized. He has no choice but to try and help her before it's too late.
OFFICIAL TRAILER: https://vimeo.com/144309969
AUTHOR'S NOTE: This isn't told from Florence or Isa's point of view, but there is Florabella and this is "Florence being a witch" centric.