Mumford & Sons are back with a new album after a short break from their hugely successful album Babel (2012). There's a twist: they've dropped the banjo, acoustic strumming and kick drum in favor of electric guitars, synthesizers and a more stadium-rock sound. The album's songwriting is shared between the band members instead of Marcus Mumford mostly writing the lyrics by himself. The band also recently played the entire album in an intimate gig. Here's a couple of interviews about the album: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/f...ng-electric-on-new-album-wilder-mind-20150302 http://www.rollingstone.com/music/f...-zeppelin-inspired-liberating-new-lp-20150309 Here's the tracklist: 1. "Tompkins Square Park" 2. "Believe" 3. "The Wolf" 4. "Wilder Mind" 5. "Just Smoke" 6. "Monster" 7. "Snake Eyes" 8. "Broad-Shouldered Beasts" 9. "Cold Arms" 10. "Ditmas" 11. "Only Love" 12. "Hot Gates" Here's the first single, "Believe": [video=youtube;dW6SkvErFEE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dW6SkvErFEE[/video] I'm personally not a fan of the band, but I found it interesting that they've quickly moved to a "new, different" stage quickly compared to other bands. The single's alright, but it'll take me a while to digest. The reception to the song is polarized, with some comparisons to Coldplay.