Mumford & Sons are pleased to unveil the video to ‘Wona’, which features on their recently released collaborative mini-album, ‘Johannesburg’, available now via Dew Process & UMA.

Filmed in eight days, on three continents, visiting five countries (Senagal, Malawi, South Africa, Belgium, and the UK) director Ross Stirling (Studio Juice) flew for a total of fifty-nine hours over thirteen flights, and covered in excess of 53,000 miles in order to capture all of the artists who recorded ‘Johannesburg’.

‘Johannesburg’ is the latest collaboration in a career that thrives on them for Mumford & Sons, and a record that brings together four very different artists. The verses of ‘Wona’ are predominantly sung by Beatenberg’s Matthew Field and Senagal’s Baaba Maal, and the choruses are fronted by Marcus Mumford featuring harmonies from The Very Best, Baaba, and the rest of Cape Town’s Beatenberg, and Mumford & Sons.

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