Now the 'X Factor' judge has unveiled his video for 'Let Me Go' (above) and he's only gone and pushed an old piano around, akin to Mumford's recent parody video 'Hopeless Wanderer'.
Luckily Gary hasn't gone the whole hog and donned a waistcoat, he has also set his video in the urban streets of New York City rather than a dusty road, like the British folk band.
Mumford & Sons recently announced they are looking to take a much-deserved break, which certainly makes some space for Gary. The London quartet told Rolling Stone "there won’t be any Mumford & Sons activities for the foreseeable future."
‘Let Me Go’ is the lead single from Gary’s first solo studio album in over 14 years, entitled ‘Since I Saw You Last’. The album will also feature a duet with Elton John written by Gary, called ‘Face To Face’.
Gary’s last solo album ‘Twelve Months, Eleven Days’ was released in 1999.
WATCH the Mumford & Sons parody video below...