Wilder Mind (Deluxe)

Wilder Mind (Deluxe)

Mumford & Sons

  • Genre:
  • Release Date: 2015-05-04
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • ℗ 2015 Mumford & Sons under exclusive license to Glassnote Entertainment Group LLC


Title Artist Time
Tompkins Square Park Mumford & Sons 5:11 USD 1.29
Believe Mumford & Sons 3:41 USD 1.29
The Wolf Mumford & Sons 3:41 USD 1.29
Wilder Mind Mumford & Sons 4:38 USD 1.29
Just Smoke Mumford & Sons 3:10 USD 1.29
Monster Mumford & Sons 3:56 USD 1.29
Snake Eyes Mumford & Sons 4:08 USD 1.29
Broad-Shouldered Beasts Mumford & Sons 4:20 USD 1.29
Cold Arms Mumford & Sons 2:49 USD 1.29
Ditmas Mumford & Sons 3:38 USD 1.29
Only Love Mumford & Sons 4:36 USD 1.29
Hot Gates Mumford & Sons 4:49 USD 1.29
Tompkins Square Park Mumford & Sons 5:13 USD 1.29
Believe Mumford & Sons 3:49 USD 1.29
The Wolf Mumford & Sons 3:52 USD 1.29
Snake Eyes Mumford & Sons 4:13 USD 1.29


  • An amazing mix of anthems and ballads

    By erictheweird
  • I love you

    By Fancybabe84
    People will always have something negative to say! 👌🏻. I on the other hand love all your albums. The blu ray concert live from South Africa I recommend everybody to get that's wants to understand more about Mumford and Sons! WHAT A GREAT BANDS!! And MARCUS MUMFORD you were born to do this. You have the best voice ever! Perfect pitch. You can run through crowds, have fun, and still sing in tune!! Love love you guys forever!!!
  • Just keep listening.

    By Uncle Buddy Bones
    For those who are bummed that this album isn't like the first two... (I used to be one of these) just give it a few more listens. This album is freaking AMAZING!! Marcus is on a whole different level musically. And it is a beautiful thing.
  • Amazing!

    By Colbyjack11
    Can't stop listening
  • Just listen

    By Stingraystripe
    It took me a bit. And I honestly feel bad. I LOVED Sign No More and Babel. And I was clamoring for more of the same when Wilder Mind was released. I quickly previewed it, found it a "radically different departure" and I was just disappointed and done. I had a few friends tell me months later that I needed to give it another listen. Just listen to it, they said - it may be their very best. Reluctantly, I listened. And listened again. And again. And now, 2 years after it's release, I have to agree, it is their best. It's a really amazing album, start to finish. And I still love the other two, but this is a fantastic and phenomenal progression. And that's it - it's a progression, NOT a departure. It took a bit, but this has become my favorite Mumford album.
  • It grew on me

    By Been had by this app
    I was like many, disappointed with all of the electric. After giving it some time, I have grown to love it like the others. If I want folk, I listen to the other two.
  • It's okay.

    By Cody15697
    I don't know why they switched to a more alternative style of music when the banjo country theme made them as popular as they were.
  • Disappointed

    By 78queen
    Not the Mumford and Sons I've come to know. Where's the banjo? The vast majority of this album sounds like everything else on the radio.
  • Absolutely incredible!

    By 22JJD
    One of my favorites albums of all time. Each song is individually brilliant in its own way with a similar feel to the others. Mumford & Sons did an amazing job on the Wilder Mind album, especially Just Smoke. Incredible.
  • I wanted to like this album

    By pandaks1991
    I'm all for bands trying new things, going in new directions - no band should be stuck to one sound forever. The problem is that when M&S exploded onto the scene with Little Lion Man, EVERYONE was trying to get on that sound. Suddenly, banjos and thumping bass drums reigned supreme. So, what does one do now that every other alt rock/folk band sounds like you? In the case of Mumford and his sons, one apparently changes their sound to all the other bands before them. I wanted to like Wilder Mind so much. Sigh No More and Babel are instant classics. Wilder Mind? Utterly generic. There are no bad songs on this album - M&S are still great musicians - but not one is memorable or outstanding, or even just plain catchy. Even their lead single Believe doesn't do any favors. I'm not sure what their next album will bring. Part of me is hoping they'll go back to their roots. Part of me hopes they'll do something completely different again. In any case, Wilder Mind is a sadly unimpressive effort creating a questionable void in their discography thus far.

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