Two acts also team up with Indian musicians
Laura Marling and Mumford & Sons have announced plans to release a new download EP comprised of material they recorded with Indian musicians last year.
The four-track release consists of recordings from their tour of India back in December 2009, where they spent a number of days with the Dharohar Project (a Rajasthani folk collective) in a makeshift studio at an arts and culture school in Delhi.
Released on July 5 on iTunes, the EP features re-workings of Mumford & Sons‘ ‘To Darkness’ and Laura Marling‘s ‘Devil’s Spoke’.
The full tracklisting is as follows:
‘Devil’s Spoke/Sneh Ko Marg’
The release coincides with two previously announced performances by all three acts at London‘s Roundhouse on July 9 and Bradford St George’s Hall on July 12. Both dates will feature individual sets alongside the collaborations.
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