After a triumphant 2010 and an equally high first half of 2011, Mumford & Sons are recording their follow-up to "Sigh No More," rumored to be completed by the time 2012 comes around. The English folkies have been trying out material presumably from their second album throughout their summer travels, now with one of the oft-played tracks hitting the 'Net in a high-quality stream.
Reportedly titled "Home," the banjo-led ballad stands as a love letter to the people the band left behind while touring the world. Marcus Mumford and co. unveiled the song during an in-studio appearance at Colorado radio station KBCO last month, and it is available below via a SoundCloud stream.
Piano punctuates the quiet yet lush track, while in video shot during the band's recent tour, there are vibrant brass touches and heavier bass permeating "Home."
Another commonly-played live track, "Lover's Eyes," hit the 'Net back in April via a beautifully-shot video from iHeartRadio. Watch below, as Mumford & Sons perform the harmony-filled, crescendoing song.
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