What do you think of Mumford & Sons’ new song I Will Wait?


It’s more of what we’ve come to expect from the band, but that’s no bad thing. Looking forward to hearing their new album, Babel, which is released on the 24th September. Here’s Mumford and Sons’ I Will Wait, shot two weeks ago, during the band’s two sold-out shows at the Red Rocks natural amphitheatre in Colorado.  

Music News: Itteh Bitteh Hipster Kitteh’s Weekly Roundup

New Releases Windsor for the Derby exist “in a world of slow movements” and “represent slow music”. I don’t know what that means but I swear to God that’s what they say in the press release. They even put the slow in quotation marks. Maybe they play all their songs at half speed, maybe they take a while to grow on you or maybe they just aren’t that bright, you can decide which kind of “slow” they are when they release new album ‘Against Love’ on June 18th. Here We Go Magic were formed “through a series of chance encounters, overheard conversations and supernatural occurrences.” Their first release was a “collection of unique 4-track recordings” and they have developed “an explosive live sound all of their own.” Honestly of those last two sentences I find the one that contains “supernatural occurrences” easier to believe but we’ll find out when ‘Pigeons’ … There’s more