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

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

Photo: Twitter/@daytrotter

Video footage of Mumford & Sons' Marcus Mumford and The Vaccines' Justin Young covering Neil Young's 'Like A Hurricane' has been shared online.

Click here to watch the duo perform the track, during a session which took place for Daytrotter in August of this year following Mumford & Sons Stopover festival in Troy, Ohio. The pair also covered Bob Dylan's 'Don't Think Twice, It's Alright'. Click here to listen to the tracks.

Of the collaboration, Daytrotter founder Sean Moeller told NME: "It was about 2am in Troy, Ohio Saturday night when Marcus plucked Justin out of the waterpark pool on the Stopover grounds – the afterparty was raging 'til 4am there – to come on up to the un-airconditioned Troy High School auditorium to record 'Don't Think Twice, It's Alright' and 'Like A Hurricane', learning them on the spot, while we, along with the exhausted superintendent of the school and his family looked on from the back row."

Listen to Mumford & Sons' Daytrotter session from last year's Gentlemen Of The Road Stopover date in Dixon, Illinois by clicking here.


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