Inside Mumford & Sons’ Wildly Experimental Fourth Album ‘Delta’

Inside Mumford & Sons’ Wildly Experimental Fourth Album ‘Delta’
“What is it that Mumford & Sons do?” asks the band’s keyboard player Ben Lovett. “That’s what we are searching for. I really hope this record will continue to broaden the sense of what that means.”

On their third album, 2015’s Wilder Mind, Mumford & Sons traded banjo and acoustic strumming for alt-rock guitars and arena-sized choruses. Going electric divided their fan base (“Although we didn’t have people shouting ‘Judas,’” notes guitarist and banjo player Winston Marshall.) The move made the band even more comfortable in the studio. “It
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