As part of their massive Australian arena tour, UK’s Mumford & Sons will stop by Adelaide to showcase their fourth studio album Delta, their first album after nearly four years since their previous album Wilder Mind.
Speaking about the new album, lead singer Marcus Mumford has said that Delta represents a place where “order meets chaos and shelter meets wilderness.” Recorded over the past two years with Paul Epworth (Adele, U2, London Grammar) at his Church Studios in North London, the release aims to capture Mumford & Sons at their impassioned and muscular best. It transfixes on the transitional elements that give meaning to life itself.
Joining the band on the road and lending their support will be gifted English soul man Michael Kiwanuka, whose rich and timeless voice received widespread critical acclaim after his 2012 debut album, and rising Australian indie pop star Gretta Ray, who made an impressive entrance into the Australian music scene with the release of her debut EP at the age of 15.
Mumford & Sons are playing in Adelaide on 24 January at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Tickets are still available from secretsounds.com!