Mumford & Sons Fans Helping Shape New Album
"We were in Nashville, just before we did the Grammys and the Brits, just holed up in a farm house for seven days just writing," he said. "Just the four of us, and it was the most incredibly fruitful time."
Dwane says playing tracks for their fans is an essential part of the songwriting process. "We really love the idea of involving our audiences in some way. That's how we did Sigh No More. We did it live, the songs were played in front of crowds, they evolved in front of an audience. We're quite intent on doing that again for the second album. It feels like a logical way to work out what you want to record." more on this story
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