ALBUM REVIEW: Mumford and Sons – ‘Wilder Mind’

The Mumford & Sons hiatus is finally over and they’re back with their third album Wilder Mind.


For the first time, the band is rocking without the banjo and is debuting their new electric sound with Wilder Mind. 


With Mumford’s Sigh No More and Babel, I found that I had to be in a certain mood to listen to their sad tunes. But with this new sound and the lack of banjos, I can finally groove to my favourite band while at the same time be emotional about the sad lyrics.


I’ve heard some say that their new sound is almost comparable to Coldplay – almost, but not quite. Mumford always has their own touch on their music even when it’s considered electric.


Take a listen to my favourite tracks below!


“Tompkins Square Park”



“Snake Eyes”



“The Wolf”



What is your favourite Mumford & Sons tune?

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