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Mumford & Sons Release 'The Wolf' - Full Song & Lyrics!

Mumford & Sons Release 'The Wolf' - Full Song & Lyrics!

Mumford & Sons just dropped their second song off of their upcoming album – “The Wolf”!

The song will be featured on their new album titled Wilder Mind, which is set to be released on May 4. The guys have said that Wilder Mind will feature a different sound from their previous albums.

The guys – Marcus Mumford, Country Wilson, Ben Lovett, and Ted Dwane- will be hitting up lots of festivals this summer. Check out all the dates on their site.

You can pre-order Wilder Mind on iTunes and also purchase their song “Believe,” which will also be featured on the track listing.


Mumford & Sons – ‘The Wolf’

Click inside for the lyrics to the song…

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  • kellyf

    I’m just not into their new music. it’s not just an evolving sound, it’s a complete departure from what their fans know. They were a folk rock band. Now they’re Coldplay.

  • Francesca Simoni

    I love their new sound! so much more contemporary, thank god they dropped that damn banjo..
    and no, they sound nothing like Coldplay aka the most boring band in the world.

  • blusue56

    They were a Christian rock band. They still are…

  • kellyf

    Well first, it’s arguable that they’re a Christian rock band. They may be Christians and some of their music may have Christian themes, but they’re not played on stations like KLOVE, nor do they attend Christian music awards, etc. They’re a traditional rock band by almost all musical standards. Second, I didn’t say they were no longer a rock band, I said their sound has changed, which it has.

  • blusue56

    They play honest Christian rock, not that treacly Jesus-dicksuck music usually identified as Christian rock…

  • kellyf

    It’s great that that’s what you consider them to be, but you’re largely alone in that.