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Mumford & Sons to play a one-off NZ concert in January 2019

Tuesday 23 October 2018

Mumford & Sons to play a one-off NZ concert in January 2019

In celebration of the highly-anticipated release of their fourth studio album 'Delta', English folk conquerors Mumford & Sons will play a very special one-off show at Auckland's Western Spring Stadium in January next year.

The London-based band will release 'Delta' on November 16 through Gentlemen of the Road/Island Records, nearly four years after their previous RIANZ #4 album 'Wilder Mind'. Introduced by the frenetic, persistent rhythms of first single 'Guiding Light', it's a wildly experimental record that effortlessly marries the intimacy and jubilance of the band's first two records, with the scope and stadium-sized dynamics of their 2015 music catalogue. Speaking about the new album, lead singer Marcus Mumford has said that 'Delta' represents a place where "order meets chaos and shelter meets wilderness."

Joining Mumford & Sons are very special guests Leon Bridges, Michael Kiwanuka, Angie McMahon and Sam Fender. First on the list is the young Fort Worth R&B artist Leon Bridges who last performed in NZ in 2016. He is touring in support of his latest RIANZ Top 20 album 'Good Thing' (released in May through Sony Music) featuring his current single 'Beyond'.

Also joining the bill is one of the UK's most distinctive voices, Michael Kiwanuka. He signaled his arrival as one of the distinctively new voices of 2012 with his vintage soul imbued debut album 'Home Again'. It was a voice that sounded both rich and timeless, and the young Londoner received widespread critical acclaim.

Australian singer-songwriter Angie McMahon will also join the already awesome list of the band's support acts. McMahon performed in a nine-piece soul band called The Fabric before beginning her solo career. She recently soaked up her bold vocals and beautiful guitar tones with her 2017 debut track 'Slow Mover'.

Wrapping up Mumford & Sons' support lineup is British artist and BBC Sound of 2018 nominee, Sam Fender. The 22-year old singer has been praised for his latest raw and poetic track 'Dead Boys' lifted from his forthcoming debut EP.

Grab your tickets now and don't miss your chance to witness Mumford & Sons' heart-melting performances with their stellar support acts this 2019.