Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros sign to Mumford And Sons' label

Band to release self-titled third album as first signings to Gentlemen Of The Road

Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros are the first signings to Mumford and Sons's Gentlemen Of The Road label.

They'll release their self-titled third album on the label on August 26, the same day as new single 'Better Days'. It'll be the label's first non-Mumford & Sons release, and follows the band's previous albums 'Up From Below', released in 2009, and 2012's 'Here'.

The two bands first met while touring on the Railroad Revival Tour in 2011, a tour which can be seen in Emmett Malloy's award-winning film 'Big Easy Express'. Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros are also supporting their label bosses on a number of shows between now and the end of the year, including the events at London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on July 6 and the Lewes legs of the Stopover Tour on July 19 and 20.

To listen to 'Better Days' go to Gentlemen Of The Road's Soundcloud here.

Tracklisting for 'Edward Sharpe And the Magnetic Zeros' is as follows:

'Better Days'
'Let’s Get High'
'Country Calling'
'Life Is Hard'
'If I Were Free'
'In The Lion'
'They Were Wrong'
'In the Summer'
'Remember To Remember'
'This Life'

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