Mumford & Sons Debut New Material At SXSW

Back in February, the band seemed close to finishing the recording and producing of their second album.

Taking to the stage on Saturday evening, Mumford & Sons showcased several new tracks, expected to be seen on their forthcoming second album.

The band performed a outdoor show at the University of Texas’ LBJ lawn, and showcased several new tracks including ‘Lover’s Eyes’, ‘Ghosts That We Knew’ and ‘Lover of The Light’.

They performed alongside Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros in playing after the second screening of the forthcoming film ‘Big Easy Express’; a piece which documents the Railroad Revival Tour of North America that the two bands embarked upon in 2011.

Mumford & Sons were also joined onstage by the Austin High Marching band to play their massively popular ‘The Cave’.

Back in February, the band seemed close to the end of work on their second album.

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