By Kevin Rutherford

The Walking Dead is slowly becoming a force to be reckoned with when it comes to its soundtracks, with a new edition of songs coming as part of the pre-order of the show’s fourth season DVD and Blu-Ray.

One of the tracks off the bonus Songs of Survival, Vol. 2  is “Visions of China,” recorded by folk rockers the Lumineers.

Related: The Lumineers Slapped with Lawsuit from Former Member Looking for Royalties

Yes, it’s the “Ho Hey” guys, but don’t think that hit song has “Visions of China” pegged in the band’s usual genre. Frontman Wesley Schultz’s voice has a Thom Yorke quality to it, and the song itself is a slow, droning track that’s shed much of the band’s happy-go-lucky, Mumford-esque folk.

Instead, there’s little more than acoustic guitar, Schultz’s voice and some other underlying instruments, like a booming cello.



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