Carey Mulligan was “totally critical” of Marcus Mumford’s first solo album.
The 35-year-old singer/songwriter has opened up about being sexually abused as a child for the first time, crediting his wife of 37 for supporting him through the writing and recording of the album.
He told Variety: The world must exist in the process.
“Obviously we share everything behind the scenes, and it’s only natural that I share some of my work process with her. It’s not codependent in that sense, but it’s something I find incredibly valuable and That’s what I found most valuable throughout.” This whole process, especially making the record. ”
And Brandi Carlyle, who co-wrote and sang the new album’s final track, “How,” praised the album “Self-Titled” as “a failure of credibility.”
Marcus says: Practice breaking trust with an audience. They are not responsible for my well-being. There were elements… I, and I trust them.
“I avoid words about courage or bravery because I feel that it is too critical for me. Many people have not yet taken advantage of the opportunity to talk about this more difficult subject. You know, I haven’t spoken in over 25 years.I don’t think you’re a coward just because you don’t talk about it, so I don’t think it’s a matter of courage.But yeah, There is an element of faith in it, and you trust the people around you.