Mumford & Sons discover that all they have is themselves.
For young and up-and-coming bands, the idea of the tour manager might have died but transportation is necessity one cannot do without. Mumford & Sons learn this the country way in their new visual cut for the single “Hopeless Wanderer”. Country outback and farm yard wandering; traditional rock star instrument demolishes and homo-eroticism; the new clip cut from their number one sophomore album Babel, makes five minutes feel like 50 seconds. And that’s a good thing.