Mumford & Sons kept busy this year at Bonnaroo, performing to a massive audience Saturday night, making Bonnaroovian wishes come true, and filming a brand new music video for “The Wolf” off of their latest album. The video premiered this morning and was shot by James Marcus Haney, who you may remember famously snuck into numerous music festivals and recorded the entire experience for his documentary “No Cameras Allowed“.
The British alt-folk group went undercover for the video, sporting hilarious costumes including a chicken, wolf, a not-so-beautiful bride, and a masked archer. Unsuspecting patrons played frisbee, exchanged high fives, and took selfies with the band — all while having no idea who was really behind the masks. The music video follows the band as they explore The Farm and includes live footage from their Bonnaroo set.
Watch the music video for Mumford & Sons – The Wolf below.