Mumford & Sons
The Black Keys, Sam Smith and Wilco are also coming to San Francisco in August.
In order to make it onto the charts, Mumford & Sons may have to sound like the bands they ushered in.
The dawning of a new era of Mumford & Sons is upon us with “Believe.”
The band announced today Wilder Mind, their third album, this May.
This playlist is best listened to while wearing a parka and holding a nice mug of hot chocolate. No mini marshmallows though. This way you get a taste of what true seasonal affectiveness disorder is like.
It first came as a surprise that, of all places in the U.S., the band would choose the county seat of Miami County that’s nestled along the Great Miami River and next to the travel juggernaut that is I-75. But if one thought about it, a trip to Troy made perfect sense.
Lollapalooza 2013 marks Mumford & Sons’ return after Ted Dwane’s surgery, and the Postal Service are apparently make-out music.
Mumford and Sons want to set the record straight for their English fans once and for all. They are neither conservative or posh, despite the fact that they wear a lot of tweed.
The tour includes four rescheduled shows that the bandmates were forced to postpone earlier this month, after bassist Ted Dwane had to undergo emergency surgery for a blood clot found on his brain.
Bassist Ted Dwane was taken to the hospital yesterday where a blood clot was found on the surface of his brain.