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Mumford & Sons Release Video For New Single 'Woman'

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Mumford & Sons have shared a video for "Woman," the third single off their 2018 album Delta, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.


Mumford & Sons have shared a video for "Woman," the third single off their 2018 album Delta, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.



The camcorder-recorded video features Yeman Brown and Stephanie Crousillat as a pair of dancers and captures the essence of their relationship.

Kristin Sudeikis choreographed the dance and James Marcus Haney directed the shoot. Paul Epworth produced the video.

The idea for the video came after Mumford & Sons banjoist and lead guitarist Winston Marshall was impressed by Brown's improvised dance to Beyoncé's "Halo."

"My heart went into my throat and I was quite literally moved to tears," Marshall told Dance. "It stole my breath away. I didn't know dance could make you feel that way."

About the song, Marshal said, "It's a little deceptive because the story of the song isn't the woman. It's the love between those two people and that's why the video is clever: It reveals that throughout the song. It's not something that smacks you in the face the first second of the video, it's something you learn."

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Mumford & Sons Release Video For New Single 'Woman'


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Mumford & Sons have shared a video for "Woman," the third single off their 2018 album Delta, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

Mumford & Sons have shared a video for "Woman," the third single off their 2018 album Delta, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.



The camcorder-recorded video features Yeman Brown and Stephanie Crousillat as a pair of dancers and captures the essence of their relationship.

Kristin Sudeikis choreographed the dance and James Marcus Haney directed the shoot. Paul Epworth produced the video.

The idea for the video came after Mumford & Sons banjoist and lead guitarist Winston Marshall was impressed by Brown's improvised dance to Beyoncé's "Halo."

"My heart went into my throat and I was quite literally moved to tears," Marshall told Dance. "It stole my breath away. I didn't know dance could make you feel that way."

About the song, Marshal said, "It's a little deceptive because the story of the song isn't the woman. It's the love between those two people and that's why the video is clever: It reveals that throughout the song. It's not something that smacks you in the face the first second of the video, it's something you learn."

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