Wilder Mind the the new album by Mumford and Sons was released 4 May 2015. Wilder Mind is the third studio album by British folk rock band Mumford & Sons. The Origins of Mumford and Sons Saw band members Ben Lovett and Marcus Mumford performing on pavements outside Gigs, having already been working on songs together from their school days. However these songs didn’t realise their full potential until they were joined by Winston Marshall (armed with a banjo and dobro), and Ted Dwane (double bass, but with a penchant for being a multi-instrumental marvel), who gave the songs new arrangements, and injected them with a real ‘band’ dynamic. Within a few months, Mumford & Sons released their eponymously named debut EP,which featured the first, self-produced recordings of ‘Roll Away Your Stone’, ‘Awake My Soul’, and ‘White Blank Page.
Mumford and Sons Debut Album “Sigh no More” was released in October 2009 to much critical Acclaim and rave reviews and won the band a UK Brit Award in 2010 (Best Album), and was nominated for the prestigious Mercury Prize Award in the same year. Outside of Britain, Mumford & Sons also picked up two Grammy nominations (Best New Artist, Best Rock Song), and performed alongside Bob Dylan covering Maggie’s Farm at the awards themselves.
They also toured relentlessly in support of Sigh no More, The live shows in London sold-out instantly and were rammed to the rafters and this was soon replicated across the whole of the UK and The British and Ireland shows were selling out rapidly with each and every passing tour. A second EP was released, ‘Love Your Ground’, which featured the band’s own recordings of ‘Little Lion Man’ and the firm live favourite, ‘Feel The Tide’. This was followed by more touring, round Europe and They also had a ten-day live adventure across India, and also played to sold-out arenas in America and Australia. They also made an awesome appearance at Glastonbury 2011,their second album “Babel” was released in 2012 . their third album Wilder Mind marks a change in direction for Mumford and Sons who worked on it with producer James Ford and The National’s Aaron Dessner after working with Markus Dravs, on their first two albums. Here is the track Listing
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