(If you like: Mumford & Sons, Head & the Heart, Of Monsters & Men)
Denver-based trio The Lumineers have waited four years to follow-up their 2012 debut success. The self-tited release gave birth to one of the most popular songs of the decade with “Ho Hey”, and introduced the world to their organic, jangling folk sound.
Now, Wesley Schultz, Jeremiah Fraites, and Neyla Pekarek have announced their highly-anticipated sophomore release Cleopatra will be available April 8th, and shared their lead single “Ophelia”.
Continuing their genuine, foot-tapping folk style, “Ophelia” is a heart-felt love letter complete with jangling piano melodies, and rich harmonies. Paving the way for the new album, the song is a bright beginning.
Enjoy the music video below, as Schultz’s inner-self takes to the empty streets to dance along to the song’s irresistible rhythm. Head to their website for more information on Cleopatra and their upcoming tour.