Mumford & Sons
' debut album Sigh No More
was one of 2010's breakout successes, climbing to number 16 on the billboard charts, not to mention being nominated for best album in this year's best of Baeble
poll (be sure to vote!). To follow up their runaway success with the album, the band is releasing a collaborative EP with Indian folk group the Dharohar Project and Laura Marling. The album, which was recorded while Mumford & Sons were touring India, features reworkings of Marling's "Devil's Spoke" and Mumford & Sons' "To Darkness," along with two completely new songs. It's available on iTunes today through Glassnote Records and promises to be an interesting listen.
Mumford & Sons recently concluded a long run of touring, but if you missed it, you can still check out our video of their performance at the Music Hall of Williamsburg right here
. It's not to be missed - the band is legendary for their intense live shows. -peter menniti
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