Trying to find new music from Mumford & Sons is pretty near impossible at the moment. Since their successful debut Sigh No More the band have kept quiet in regards to any new album, but it is rumoured they have started recording the sophomore album but just no solid details yet. They have played a new song 'Ghost That We Knew' live several times but that has been pretty much it. Now there is another song that has surfaced titled 'The Enemy' which will be featured on Andrea Arnold's 2011 film adaptation of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights. It is a quick 1:10 minute peak into the song but it sounds solid and worthy of the additional waiting period. Check out the songs lyrics and YouTube preview below.
Give me hope in silence, it's easier, it's kinder.
Tell me not of heartbreak, it plagues my soul, it plagues my soul.
Bury me beside you, i have no hope in solitude.
And the world will follow to the earth, down below.
But i came and i was nothing.
Time will give us nothing.
Why did you choose to lean on
A man you knew was falling?