Mumford & Sons+ Pharrell on “Good People”

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As a fruit of joy, hope and energy comes this incredible collaboration.

Today will be a day that Mumford & Sons and Pharrell will be deeply engraved in their hearts and minds, since apart from premiering their new single “Good People”in collaboration through Gentlemen of the Road / Island Recordswere in charge of entertaining nothing more and nothing less than the parade of Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter at Paris Fashion Week, interpreting “Good People” for the first time in a short special live set for all attendees.

Mumford & Sons and Pharrell They began their friendship more than 10 years ago while touring festivals, they always talked about making music together, however, it was last summer when at the festival Something in the Water of Pharrell in Virginia Beach, Mumford & Sons and Pharrell were found; With mutual admiration and respect intact, they decided to meet in New York and then in Paris to write and record some new songs together, with Pharrell as a producer.

In addition to the production of the song, Pharrell He also joins the band in the backing vocals, and together they invited the Native Vocalistsa dynamic six-member vocal choir from the United States and Canada, drawn from their respective Native American tribes within the Northern Great Plains. The Native Vocalists appear in “Good People”and they will also join the band now Pharrell in Paris for this first live performance.

The flag with which Mumford & Sons has decided to start this 2024, so don’t stop listening and downloading “Good People”, this gem that is now available on all digital platforms. We leave you with the video of their live presentation. Hit play!


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