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Mumford And Sons Debut New Songs From Babel On Tour
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 Monday, August 06, 2012

Mumford and Sons debuted a number of new tracks from their forthcoming album, Babel, during a recent tour stop in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Performing to a crowd of over 15,000 at Hoboken's Pier A Park, Mumford and Sons added a handful of highly anticipated new tracks to their trusty arsenal of songs off their 2009 debut Sigh No More, new material such as the songs "Lover of the Light," "Lovers Eyes," "Babel" and "Whispers in the Dark."

According to reports, the massive crowd responded well to the newer material, as the band mixed the new cuts in with fan favorites like "The Cave," "Little Lion Man," "Winter Winds," "White Blank Page" and "Roll Away Your Stone."

Babel is due out September 25 on Glassnote Records.

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