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Track by Track is a recurring new music feature that asks an artist to break down each song on their latest record, one by one. For Ben Lovett of Mumford and Sons , that came in the form of an tacit agreement between band members: During the recording sessions with producer and Church Studios owner Paul Epworth, no sound would be off-limits, no approach would go unconsidered, and no idea would die unexamined. For as massive as their cultural impact has been over the past decade, it can be hard to remember that Mumford and Sons are only on their fourth full-length album. For the latest Track by Track, Lovett shared his insights on what makes Delta different from any Mumford and Sons record that came before it. A condensed, text-based preview is below. It just had that sense to it.
You'd think he'd have figured it out by now, but for the life of him Marcus Mumford still couldn't tell you where the songs come from or how you nudge the process along. Never mind the fact this minister's son has been the genial frontman of Mumford and Sons for more than a decade now, a songwriter among three others who still considers that part of the gig very much a caper. An unsolved mystery that has helped the band top charts, headline festivals and sell boatloads of records - but a mystery all the same. This is all really just another way of saying when you've functioned as a creative unit for as long as Mumford and Sons, bringing new music into the world is the product of an incomprehensible brew of talent and good fortune. And as Marcus' musician friend Noel Gallagher reminded him before the band actually started work on Delta in earnest, it's also about just doing the job, dammit, whether you feel like it or not.
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Do not lie to us Don't hide your eyes from us I will take this softened cup. - Log dich ein um diese Funktion zu nutzen. Do not lie to us Don't hide your eyes from us I will take this softened cup I will sit upon your floor Tell your stories; tell all of your pain That's what I came here for And your children come and go as you weep What have I found in our love, I am a waste My words are empty vessels If I do nothing in this place And we can scream into the shadows And it's good that we can But walk with me, I think we'll find a way And walk with me, I think we'll find a way But I meet you at the Delta Where the rivers run into the sea And I'll meet you at the Delta What's behind, I can clearly see That beyond, that's beyond me.
It's 5 p. It's iced coffee with almond milk for frontman Marcus Mumford and an americano for banjoist and lead guitarist Winston Marshall. The band was in the studio late the night before doing final mixing and mastering. And after a brief break, they'll head right back to Electric Lady Studios in Greenwich Village—the fabled recording site for David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix, Patti Smith, and more—where they're working all-hours to finish their fourth album, Delta , out now. So, we got an extra 24 hours.
Populist appeal, the logic seems to follow, involves touching as many demographics as possible, and bands that come in with a strong but very specific sound all seem to grow peculiar new interests right around album four. The biggest and best bands pressure themselves to rework their formula as the years advance because playing the same music night after night on tour is a chore, and because new styles attract new ears, and new ears keep the burgers cheesy and the bread buttered. Babel was a hokey synthesis of early aughts coffee-shop folk and college-kid acoustic playlist aesthetics that felt almost bionically engineered as old-millennial catnip, food for thought for the kind of people who grew up torn between new and old ways of living, who experienced the possibilities of the internet but slid into traditional domesticity anyway, who wear overalls and black wide brim hats in earnest to effect a measure of rustic flavor in their daily travels. The tunes were functional if perfunctory. A hiatus after the tour for the album sparked premature rumors of a breakup. Working with Aaron Dessner of the National, the band came up with a propulsive, synth-based sound. The thinking was solid.
Do not lie to us Don't hide your eyes from us I will take this offered cup I will sit upon your floor Tell your stories Tell of your pain That's what I came here for And your children come and go as you weep. But what have I If I have not love I am a waste My words are empty vessels If I do nothing in this place And we can scream into the shadows And it's good that we can But walk with me, I think we'll find a way And walk with me, I think we'll find a way. But I'll meet you at the delta Where the rivers run into the sea And I'll meet you at the delta What's behind, I can clearly see But that beyond, that's beyond me. When it feels like nothing else matters Will you put your arms around me When it feels like nothing else matters Will you put your arms around me. Does your love prefer the other Or does your love just makes you feel good Does my love prefer the other Or does my love just make me feel good.