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From the band:
"The day has finally come.
Although it’s a little nerve racking, it’s also a huge relief. We love this record the most out of all of them, we’re proud of it and we’re so excited for you to hear it. Starting with our 42nd released song, all the way through to the end of Delta – we poured ourselves into this one, and though it won’t be our last, it feels like our best.
We are extremely grateful today."
On 2015’s Wilder Mind Mumford & Sons went electric, ditching the banjos and acoustic guitars for a more plugged-in sound. Those instruments return on their fourth album, but a whole lot more has been added to the palette. Delta is their boldest collection to date, marrying their intimate introspection and massive hooks with restless musical curiosity. “I remember when we first played Wilder Mind to our booking agent in the States,” Marcus Mumford told Beats 1 host Zane Lowe. “His first comment was, ‘Now you guys can do whatever you want. You’re not the banjo band anymore.’ It was probably a bit reactionary from us: ‘Let’s do it without these acoustic instruments in our hands.’ And I guess, on this record, it felt like, ‘Look, let’s just not restrict ourselves at all. Let’s use whatever powers we have, whatever kind of instrumentation we have, and let’s try and do the best we can with it.’”
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