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Fresh number from Mumford & Sons
Now there's a fresh song on the scene by Mumford & Sons, part of their album, Babel, which is due to hit stores next month.
The acoustic guitars group gave the song an airing on the BBC's Radio 1 recently, and it bears the title I Will Wait. The song is third in the track listing on the band's latest LP.
Other tracks on the record include Broken Crown, Ghosts That We Knew, Lovers' Eyes and the title track, Babel. The record is set to hit stores come September 24th.
Its cover shows the band, Country Winston Marshall, Marcus Mumford, Ted Dwane and Ben Lovett, perched on a bench in front of a crowd of people and a white horse. Above them are several strings of flags.
At the bottom of the sleeve is the band's name, as well as the record's title.
Published by AW.Posted on 9 Aug 2012 16:52 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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