So, Mumford & Sons has three moods: spirited and angry, spirited and hopeful, slow and mournful. They appeared last week on Philadelphia’s Radio 104.5 (just out of thin air, they appeared!) to perform a a new song from that third genre of breezily shuffling melancholy. It’s called “Ghosts.” Or “Ghosts That We Knew.” Or “Who Cares, Just Shut Up And Play the Song.”
After giving it several listens and analyzing the lyrics over the weekend, here’s my merciless review:
It’s nice. Check it out if your current device is so enabled.
For the flash-unfriendly, here’s a youtube version: