Mumford & Sons
Definitely a better love story than Twilight.
New album. New Aussie tour.
A new song, album and gigantic tour.
NSFW by proxy.
It’s called ‘Mumford & Sons vs. Blink-182’, and it’s very un-Mumford.
Wet and wild in Sydney’s Domain.
Mumford & Sons are set to kick social injustice right in the balls
Mumford & Sons Winston Marshall chats to us about heading back down under!
Ben Lovett of British folk-rockers Mumford & Sons is behind a new charity album called Metamorphoses, which will see some of the world’s most influential artists team up in support of The Global Poverty Project’s ‘Global Citizen’ campaign to help eradicate extreme poverty. Metamorphoses, which is yet to announce any of its featured artists, is
Mark Hoppus, Tom Morello, T-Bone Burnett and Mumford & Sons all walk into a bar. True story. Some of rock music’s most random identities have joined forces onstage at Hollywood’s The Troubadour this week for no discernible reason other than they felt like it. The Blink-182 champ, the Rage Against The Machine guitar-wizard, the Americana
Alice Cooper has sort-of backflipped on those mean comments he made about Mumford & Sons that one time, in which he labelled them an offence to rock n’ roll. Two years ago, the shock rocker lambasted the waistcoat-wearing banjo fiddlers and similar-sounding act The Lumineers for being continuously referenced as “rock” bands. Though his words
Business is booming for Mumford & Sons following the release of their less banjo-y new album Wilder Mind, and to celebrate, they’re coming down to peddle their wares right here in Australia. And bringing some shit hot interns along to help out. Fellow Brits Jake Bugg, The Vaccines and American buzz band Future Islands will
With a little help from their friends, folk rockers Mumford & Sons became ‘Mumford & Sons & Friends’ at Bonnaroo on Saturday night, 13th June, as they were joined by My Morning Jacket, The War on Drugs’ saxophonist Jon Natchez, Hozier and more for a cover of The Beatles’ classic, With A Little Help From
Everyone’s favourite banjo totally rockin’ electric guitar slingers and purveyors of overtly sincere folk rock stadium-ready radio rock are clearly in the throes of a fully fledged identity crisis. By now it should be common knowledge that Mumford & Sons have “gone electric” for their forthcoming album, Wilder Mind. But it seems that the musical
Prepare thine self, the now-banjo-less folk rockers Mumford and Sons are getting themselves their own pop-up bar and it’s setting up shop in Newtown from next week. From Monday April 27th to Sunday 10th May Sydney’s Newtown Hotel will being transformed into a Wilder Mind pop-up bar, named after Mumford and Son’s forthcoming new album
Jay-Z‘s new streaming service, Tidal, has attracted a wave of criticism since it launched just two weeks ago, but comeback kids Mumford And Sons are pulling no punches when it comes to calling out the musical money-spinner. Despite the enterprising rapper’s lofty claims that the platform will be more beneficial for artists, the newly electrified
Mumford and Sons have continued their electric charge on new single The Wolf, the second cut taken from the (former) folk-rockers’ new album Wilder Mind. Following the direction of their last single Believe, The Wolf puts Mumford’s much spoken about new “electric” focus front and centre, starting right off the bat with a barrage of
UK folk rockers Mumford and Sons have joined the likes of The Temper Trap, Megan Washington, Josh Pyke, Rob Hirst of Midnight Oil and many more artists appealing to the Indonesian government to grant clemency to Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran who are scheduled to face execution. Taking to Facebook, Mumford & Sons directed