Marcus Mumford Shares ‘Grace’ From Upcoming Solo Album

Marcus Mumford Shares ‘Grace’ From Upcoming Solo Album

Marcus Mumford recently shared a new song called “Grace” from his upcoming debut solo album.

The song is the second track from the Mumford & Sons frontman’s debut solo album, Self-Titled, which is due for release on September 16 via Island. The album will feature guest appearances by Phoebe Bridgers, Brandi Carlile, and Clairo, in addition to being produced by Blake Mills.

“Well, how should we proceed?/ Without things getting too heavy/ Even though I’d never tell you everything/ I could’ve sworn I’d dropped that bomb on you already,” Mumford sings in the opening verse.

“Grace” is accompanied by an official video directed by Diane Martel. Mumford had previously released “Cannibal” from the album, accompanied by a music video directed by legend Steven Spielberg.

Meanwhile, Mumford has also announced a North American tour this fall in support of the album.

The trek will kick off with two Colorado dates on September 19 at Boulder’s Fox Theatre and September 20 at the Paramount Theatre in Denver. The tour, which will include shows at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and the Beacon Theatre in New York City, will conclude on November 10 at Massey Hall in Toronto.

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