Mumford & Sons Release Whispers in the Dark Video

(Radio.com) Mumford & Sons literally have fans seeing quadruple in their new video for "Whispers in the Dark." Director Jim Canty splits the screen four ways to show the pseudo-behind-the-scenes journey that each band member takes to make it to a concert on time a feat which requires motorcycles, disguises and plenty of running.

The third single from the group's Grammy-winning album Babel has front man Marcus Mumford crooning, "Learn your lesson, lead me home/Spare my sins for the ark/I was slow to depart," which is a testament to the unconventional routes each band members take to make it to the stage.

Guitarist Winston Marshall humors fans by poking fun at himself while he makes a couple of pit stops on the way to the show. His fictional glam squad, a cameo turn from the group's tour openers HAIM, toss his basic duds to outfit him in the latest pre-ripped ensemble and a fake beard to complete the Depression-era look the band is often noted for.

Ted Dwayne works to maintain the band's cool-guy image, hitching a ride aboard a navel vessel but not without his vintage camera to capture a few snapshots on the way. He eventually abandons the slow-moving ship and steals a tram to shuttle himself by land to the show. Watch the video and read more here.

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