Marcus Mumford Releases New Single, “Better Off High”

*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Capitol Music Group*


Track Is From His Debut Solo Album, (self-titled), Out Now

Fall North American Headline Tour Includes Sold-Out Shows At The Wiltern In Los Angeles And Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium
Marcus Mumford shared his new single, “Better Off High.” Listen HERE. The song is from (self-titled), which was released September 16 by Capitol Records. Mumford wrote and recorded “Better Off High” with Blake Mills (Alabama Shakes, Jim James), who produced the album. 

While (self-titled) is Mumford’s first solo album, it’s still a deeply collaborative work that finds him working with vocalists and/or co-writers such as Brandi Carlile, Phoebe Bridgers, Clairo, Monica Martin and Julia MichaelsMumford speaks at length about the album in this GQ cover story. Fans who pre-order the digital edition of (self-titled) will instantly receive “Better Off High” plus the first single, “Grace” – a hit at U.S. Alternative and AAA radio that has already amassed over 1.6 million combined global streams – and album opener “Cannibal.”

His fall North American tour kicked off with a sold-out September 19 show at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO. Tickets are on sale HERE for the headline run, which also includes a November 7 concert at New York City’s Beacon Theatre. Shows in Los Angeles, CA; Atlanta, GA; El Cajon, CA; Tulsa, OK; Milwaukee, WI; Madison, WI and Portland, ME are already sold out. Danielle Ponder will support from September 19 – October 14 and The A’s will open from October 17 – November 10 (except October 30).

Mumford is a founding member of Mumford & Sons. The band has topped the Billboard 200 with three of its four studio albums and won numerous awards, including GRAMMY®s for Album of the Year and Best Long Form Music Video, two BRITs and an Ivor Novello award.

Marcus Mumford – Fall 2022

North American Tour Dates

 Danielle Ponder will support September 19 – October 14 (except 10/9).The A’s will support October 17 – November 10 (except October 30).
9/30    Los Angeles, CA      The Wiltern                                      SOLD OUT
10/4    Ventura, CA             Majestic Ventura Theatre
10/6    El Cajon, CA           The Magnolia                                    SOLD OUT
10/7    Phoenix, AZ            The Van Buren
10/9    Austin, TX               ACL Fest
10/10  Houston, TX           White Oak Music Hall
10/11  Dallas, TX               Majestic Theatre
10/14  New Orleans, LA    Orpheum Theater
10/16  Austin, TX              ACL Fest
10/17  Tulsa, OK               Cain’s Ballroom                                SOLD OUT
10/18  Kansas City, MO   Midland Theatre
10/20  Milwaukee, WI     The Pabst Theater                               SOLD OUT
10/21  Madison, WI        The Sylvee                                           SOLD OUT
10/22  Saint Paul, MN     Palace Theatre
10/24  Chicago, IL          Chicago Theatre
10/25  Detroit, MI           The Fillmore Detroit
10/26  Louisville, KY      Brown Theatre
10/28  Durham, NC         Durham Performing Arts Center
10/29  Atlanta, GA           The Eastern                                       SOLD OUT
10/30  Nashville, TN        Ryman Auditorium                           SOLD OUT
11/1    Asheville, NC        Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
11/2    Washington, DC     The Anthem
11/3    Philadelphia, PA     The Met Philadelphia
11/5    Portland, ME         State Theater                                     SOLD OUT
11/7    New York, NY       Beacon Theatre
11/8    Boston, MA          Wang Theatre – Boch Center 
11/10  Toronto, ON         Massey Hall

Marcus Mumford 

Photo Credit: Eric Ray Davidson

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