Mumford and Sons have debuted a brand new video for ‘Woman’

The clip features two "contemporary dancers".

Mumford and Sons have debuted a brand new video for ‘Woman’.

Shot in New York by the band’s long-standing collaborator James Marcus Haney, the clip features two “contemporary dancers”, New York’s Stephanie Crousillat and Brooklyn based Yeman Brown.

It was choreographed by New York based Kristin Sudeikis, described in a press release as “an influential member of the metropolitan, national and international dance communities”.

Speaking about the track, the band’s Winston Marshall explains: “Woman was written over a long period of time, but really came together under the hands of Paul Epworth. In the studio we would find Paul going into “crazy-genius-mode” every now and then when inspiration would carry him late into the night. When Woman went through that process it became what it is now.”

You can check out the video for ‘Woman’ below.

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