On Thursday (Sept. 20), Mumford & Sons paid a go to to BBC Radio 1 to share their new single "Guiding Light," which can seem on their fourth studio album, Delta, set to launch on Nov. 16.
"It was arduous work, we tried it a great deal of other ways," frontman Marcus Mumford advised BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac in regards to the new music. "We wrote it like a 12 months in the past, and it's taken some time simply to get it to that time, and now we're proud of it."
Mumford & Sons' experimental nature is seen within the easy piano chords and harmonious vocals that give the music its upbeat tempo. Adding an acoustic guitar to the combination effortlessly enhances the totally different rhythms that body "Guiding Light's" story of tolerating romance. The music video additional reinforces the music's message with photographs of affection and unity.
The folks various band additionally revealed to BBC Radio 1 that Delta will likely be much more of an experiment, not like earlier albums.
"The first information, we had restrictions on ourselves simply from what the devices we had on tour had been, and once we had been writing it was on tour, so we didn't have a lot time to delve into the studio," Mumford stated through the interview. "The third album we put some boundaries, however on this file it felt like there have been no boundaries creatively."
Mumford & Sons will carry out the only on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday. After the album launch, the band will embark on a 60-day worldwide tour, with full dates to be introduced Oct. four.
Watch the total video for the album's first single "Guiding Light" beneath: