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Mumford and Sons News

Mumford & Sons' banjo player's split comments revealed to be a joke

Winston Marshall had said the band were 'over' to a reporter in New York

  • Mar 27, 2014

Marcus Mumford says he answers 'yes' when asked if Mumford & Sons have split

He joked that he's been doing so in order for the band to have a 'big comeback tour' in 2015

  • Feb 18, 2014

Marcus Mumford and The Vaccines' Justin Young share video of Neil Young cover

The pair teamed up in August of this year following Mumford & Sons Stopover festival in Troy, Ohio

  • Dec 13, 2013

David Cameron names Mumford & Sons' album 'Babel' as his favourite Christmas song

The Prime Minister gets in a tangle over his musical taste in a new interview

  • Dec 10, 2013

Marcus Mumford and The Vaccines' Justin Young share Bob Dylan and Neil Young covers

The frontmen sang 'Like A Hurricane' and 'Don't Think Twice, It's Alright' for the Daytrotter website

  • Nov 20, 2013

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Mumford and Sons Music Videos

The Banjolin Song (Acoustic) Play Video

The Banjolin Song (Acoustic)

Mumford & Sons perform 'The Baljolin Song' on BalconyTV. Subscribe to BalconyTV on YouTube http://bit.ly/15yj4oc 'Like' us on Facebook - http://Facebook.com/balconytv Follow us on Twitter -...

Hopeless Wanderer Play Video

Hopeless Wanderer

Watch the official Hopeless Wanderer video by Mumford and Sons in HD on WWW.MUZU.TV and check out the latest new music releases and playlists for free.

Babel Play Video


Watch the official Babel video by Mumford and Sons in HD on WWW.MUZU.TV and check out the latest new music releases and playlists for free.

Whispers In The Dark Play Video

Whispers In The Dark

Watch the official Whispers In The Dark video by Mumford and Sons in HD on WWW.MUZU.TV and check out the latest new music releases and playlists for free.

Road To Red Rocks DVD-Trailer Play Video

Road To Red Rocks DVD-Trailer

Offizieller DVD Trailer zu Road To Red Rocks von Mumford & Sons.

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Mumford and Sons Reviews

Mumford & Sons - 'Babel'

Mumford & Sons - 'Babel'

No surprises, just more singalong anthems for fairweather festival-goers

  • Sep 21, 2012

Mumford And Sons – ‘I Will Wait’

The tweederati return with the first cut from 'Babel'

  • Aug 8, 2012

King Charles feat Mumford & Sons - 'The Brightest Light'

Boosting his profile with the pioneers of nu-folk

  • Jul 15, 2012

Live Review: Mumford & Sons/Anna Calvi

Dingwalls, London, 22nd February

  • Mar 2, 2011

Album review: Mumford & Sons - 'Sigh No More'

A charmingly rustic debut that suggests greater things might still be to come

  • Oct 2, 2009

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Mumford and Sons Biography

Mumford & Sons is an English folk rock band. The band consists of Marcus Mumford (lead vocals, guitar, drums, mandolin), Ben Lovett (vocals, keyboards, accordion, drums), Winston Marshall (vocals, banjo, guitar, resonator guitar), and Ted Dwane (vocals, string bass, drums, guitar). Mumford & Sons were formed in December 2007, emerging from West London with such artists as Laura Marling, Johnny Flynn and Noah and the Whale.

Mumford & Sons recorded an EP, "Love Your Ground", and performed in small to medium-sized venues in the UK and the United States playing to new audiences and raising interest for a forthcoming album. Their debut album, Sigh No More, was released in the UK and Ireland in October 2009, and February 2010 in the US. The album reached number one in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, and eventually peaked at number two on the UK Albums Chart and the Billboard 200 in the US. The band gained popularity throughout 2010, performing for larger audiences and making their first network television appearances in the US. On 1 December 2010, the band received two Grammy Award nominations, one for Best New Artist and the other for Best Rock Song ("Little Lion Man"). The ensuing live performance at the Grammy ceremony in February 2011 led to increased airplay and popularity for singles from Sigh No More. The band won the ARIA Music Award for Most Popular International Artist in 2010, and the Brit Award in 2011 for Best British Album.

The band's second studio album Babel was released in September 2012. The album debuted at number one in the UK and US, becoming the fastest selling album of 2012 in the UK, and the second-biggest selling debut in 2012 in the US. At the 2013 Grammy Awards, they sang "I Will Wait" and Babel won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. In 2013 the band won a Brit Award for Best British Group.

On 20 September 2013, the band announced they were going on hiatus for a "considerable amount of time." In December 2013, the band's bassist, Ted Dwane, stated that the band would be meeting to write new music in February 2014.

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