Mumford and Sons have revealed what is thought to be a video preview for the follow-up to the smash hit record Sigh No More. The video, currently streaming on their official website, shows various scenes that appear to be the remnants of a wild party. Instruments are strewn about and the band is seen seated on a bench wearing suits.
Thus far the band has not confirmed that title of their new album, but they have confirmed several tracks, which will include "Below My Feet," "Whispers In The Dark," "Ghosts That We Knew" and "Lover's Eyes." The album is due out on September 24 and will follow on the heels of a DVD for their Big Easy Express tour, which is due July 24.
Frontman Marcus Mumford also made headlines recently with news that he broke his hand. They missed a handful of festival dates due to the injury including Denmark's Northside Festival tonight (June 15) or Hultsfred Festival in Sweden (June 16). They did, however, release an official statement saying: "No other Mumford and Sons shows are expected to be affected."
The band are still set for Poland's Open'er Festival (July 7), BBK in Spain (13) and Optimus Alive in Portugal (14).
by RTT Staff Writer
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