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Mumford & Sons' 'I Will Wait'

Mumford & Sons’ ‘I Will Wait’

Mumford & Sons have debuted the video for their forthcoming single, I Will Wait from their September 24th release, Babel. The clip was filmed at the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado last month.  
Mumford & Sons' 'I Will Wait'

Mumford & Sons’ ‘I Will Wait’

The new single is taken from forthcoming LP, Babel, which will be released September 24. Pre-order your copy now mumfordandsons.com.  
Mumford & Sons announce August tour

Mumford & Sons announce August tour

Mumford & Sons have announced details of a U.S. summer tour to kick off August 1st in Hoboken, NJ. The band are expected to perform new material from their forthcoming album due out in Fall, and pre-sale tickets can be had starting today (June 28). Also during August, Mumford & Sons will busy themselves with...
Good tidings he brings: A Christmas Q&A with Josh Doyle

Good tidings he brings: A Christmas Q&A with Josh Doyle

With over a decade of music-making experience under his belt including a notable stint as the front man of UK band The Dumdums, Josh Doyle is reaping the rewards of a slow but steady approach and some well-earned friends in high places: His eponymous solo album (released back in October) is the result of sessions with...
When electro-pop gets jungle fever: A Q&A with Stepdad

When electro-pop gets jungle fever: A Q&A with Stepdad

From the wilds of Grand Rapids, Michigan comes Stepdad: A ferociously fun-loving, electro-pop outfit comprising music-making animals, ultramark, Ryan McCarthy, Alex Fives, Jeremy Malvin, and Nathan K. Having created somewhat of an web-frenzy with their theme for Axe Cop, the band self-released Ordinaire in 2010—featuring Jungles and My Leather, My Fur, My Nails—to the appreciative...
On repeat: The Lumineers by The Lumineers

On repeat: The Lumineers by The Lumineers

For the past month, my daily routine has warped to the tune of The Lumineers’ self-titled debut album—the strongest debut album I’ve heard in a while. Investing four years of writing, three years of home recording, two EPs and later re-recordings, the trio of Wesley Schultz (guitar, vocals), Jeremiah Fraites (rhythm) and (cello, mandolin, piano)...

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