While recently discussing band's future plans, UK folk rockers Mumford & Sons revealed plans for distilling their own line of whiskey.
As keyboardist Ben Lovett told the Sun (via NME), "It'll happen. It takes a few years to make, so we better cracking."
Lovett also revealed that the group is looking to take a short break until the end of the current year and kick off the new album work in 2014. "We're incredibly excited," he added. "Our third album can be anything we want it to be."
Following this year's Glastonbury festival performance, the latest Mumford & Sons release, highly-successful "Babel" once again topped the UK albums chart. However, frontman Marcus Mumford admitted that the group still didn't take the time to watch their Glasto show footage.
"I'll watch it one day," the frontman told NME. "It's one of those life events that feels like it'll take 20 years to process."
As the group's sophomore effort, "Babel" dropped in September 2012 via Island Records, landing at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with around 600,000 units shipped in the US within the first week.