Mumford & Sons present their first song since 2019 at Pharrell’s show with Louis Vuitton

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After Milan Men’s Fashion Week now comes Paris Men’s Fashion Week, which opened with a Louis Vuitton show in which Pharrell Williams has presented his third collection for the French maison.

A trip to the wild west that has not left anyone indifferent and that is giving a lot to talk about. But beyond Pharrell’s facet as a designer, his facet as a musician has been very present.

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The return of Mumford & Sons

Mumford and Sons They presented their first song since 2019. good people It is recorded and produced by Pharrell himself in New York and Paris and premiered at the show.

The group and the producer have known each other for more than a decade when they met at different festivals. Last summer they reconnected in Something in the Water, Pharrell’s festival in Virginia Beach. It was then that they decided to work together and have been recording new songs with him as producer.

One of them is good people that arose from the joy, hope and energy of the meeting in the studio. The group’s first song in five years and they couldn’t have presented it in a better way.

It went very well with the concept of the Louis Vuitton collection since the song tells in choirs with the Native Vocalistsa group from native tribes of the Northern Great Plains that was also present in the parade.

With their tribal songs and dances they gave way to the performance of the group that was surrounded by indigenous people at all times and featured Pharrell on the choirs and as entertainer of the public gathered at the Jardin d’Acclimatation in Paris.

Omar Sy, Bradley Cooper, Karlie Kloss either Taylor Zakhar Perez were some of the witnesses of this presentation.


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