Snow White and the Huntsman
Charlize Theron as the evil queen in "Snow White and the Huntsman," out June 1. Universal

Snow White and the Huntsman, starring Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron, doesn't hit theaters for another five weeks, but fans can now indulge in the first single off the film's official soundtrack, all thanks to Florence + the Machine.

In Breath of Life, Florence Welch delivers her famous roaring, haunting vocals, complete with a full orchestra and choir.

With the soundtrack arriving in stores on May 29, Universal (who is behind both the film and music) has remained mum on other artists lending their musical talents to the latest adaptation of the fairy tale.

Starring Stewart as the raven-haired heroine and Theron as the evil queen, the film is this year's second Snow White release, following Julia Roberts and Lily Collins' comedy fantasy Mirror, Mirror.

Stewart, who did a lot of her own stunts, recently confessed that the physical demands of the film was one thing that attracted her to the project in the first place.

It was fun . . . what drives her is just interesting. It's not cool for me to have inexplicable brawn and just shatter men in armor . . . I got to jump off cliffs and ride horses, she said at a WonderCon panel in March.

As for Theron's evil queen, the role couldn't have arrived at a better time.

Everybody has an idea of [the evil queen] . . . and there's something nice about f**king with that idea . . . Picasso had his blue period, and this is my bitch period, Theron said, also at the WonderCon panel.

Breath of Life is not the first time Florence + the Machine have visited soundtrack land. The UK band has appeared on soundtracks to several TV shows and films, including Gossip Girl (Kiss with a Fist), Eat Pray Love (Dog Days Are Over), Grey's Anatomy (Cosmic Love) and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (Heavy In Your Arms).

Florence + the Machine are currently on tour in support of their second studio album, Ceremonials.

Snow White and the Huntsman opens in theaters June 1.