Mumford & Sons invite Scottish crowd at T In The Park to initiate ‘biggest singalong yet’

Band praise Highlands audiences ahead of King Tut's Wah Wah Tent show

Mumford and Sons have said they want fans at their T In The Park show this weekend (July 10) to create the biggest singalong on the band’s current tour.

Speaking to NME ahead of headlining the King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent on Saturday night, the band’s accordion player Ben Lovett paid tribute to Scottish audiences.

“The Scottish crowd are definitely up for a sing-song,” Lovett explained. “Hopefully it will be our biggest one yet because we’ve spent a lot of time up in the Highlands playing gigs. So we’re quite excited about people coming down.”

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