The Lumineers have announced the details of their long-awaited sophomore album, "Cleopatra." The follow-up to the Grammy-nominated Denver trio's 2012 debut is out April 8.
Stream the first single, "Ophelia," via the link below.
The band wrote the album in Denver and New York's Catskill Mountains last year. Singer Wesley Schultz told NPR Music: "The album is sonically pretty different from the first one. The common thread is a lot of the percussion has remained."
The Lumineers have also announced a 2016 world tour that includes a performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on June 7.
Read about the time The Lumineers donated their tour van to OpenAir last year.
Watch video of The Lumineers performing "Dead Sea" with the Colorado Symphony below.