Release Date (UK): July 5, 2010
Apparently this EP was recorded in India, which is well reflected in the music. I would call this a mix between the type of folk music you would expect from Laura Marling, with a heavy dose of traditional Indian music thrown in... Then replace the sitar with a banjo, and this is what you get. It's definitely mellow, so don't expect the intensity of Mumford & Sons.
The vocal duties are more or less split. I believe two of the songs feature Marcus Mumford, and two feature Laura Marling; and all four feature traditional Indian singing from Dharohar Project.
I'd recommend picking this up for a few bucks if you're interested in something different. If Indian music annoys you, however, this might not be your cup of tea.
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