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

Boosting his profile with the pioneers of nu-folk

 King Charles is one of those genuine English eccentrics who wears tracksuit bottoms at the same time as sporting a wispy Dali moustache like it’s no big deal. He’s roped in chums Mumford & Sons to help him become more famous than he’d otherwise ever be with their banjos, waistcoats and hog-roast podge. It’s fine, ’cos King Charles has a beehive hairdo.

Tom Howard

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