British folk band Mumford And Sons are back with their second album Babel, the highly-anticipated follow-up to the band's huge debut Sigh No More and they chat about touring and their hatred of making music videos - WATCH VIDEO INTERVIEW ABOVE.
A number of new tracks from the album, including Lover's Eye and Ghosts That We Knew, have already been debuted in the band's live shows throughout their recent Gentlemen Of The Road tour and festival appearances.
The band - consisting of Marcus Mumford, Ben Lovett, Winston Marshall and Ted Dwane - formed in December 2007 and released their debut album in 2009. It reached number one in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand and eventually peaked at number two on the UK Album Chart and the Billboard 200 in the US. In 2011, it won them the Brit Award for Best British Album - how will they fare with their follow-up?
Babel will be released on 24 September.
Watch the interview above.