Mumford And Sons

Mumford And Sons are a British band formed in 2007. The band members are Marcus Mumford, Ben Lovett, Winston Marshall and Ted Dwane.  Together they play acoustic guitar, drums, keyboard instruments, bass guitar, and traditional folk instruments such as banjo, mandolin and resonator guitar. Their sound has been described as folk rock with bluegrass influences.

Mumford And Sons have released several studio albums with Babel becoming the fastest-selling rock album of the decade. The band has also issued two live albums: Live at Shepherd’s Bush Empire (2011) and The Road to Red Rocks (2012).

The band have won a number of music awards throughout their career including Brit Award for Best British Album and six overall Grammy Award nominations. The band also won the Brit Award for Best British Group in 2013.

In 2009, the band founded ‘Gentlemen of the Road’, a live promotions company, record label and organiser of the global series of Stopover Festivals. These festivals tend to take place in towns and villages not normally toured in by bands or singers in an effort to bring money to the place and help businesses there

Mumford & Sons played at the Glastonbury Festival in 2011, and then embarked on a North American tour.

Backing Tracks – Babel  …  Believe  …  Feel The Tide  …  Hopeless Wanderer  …   Little Lion Man  …  Lover Of The Light  …  Roll Away Your Stone  …  The Cave  …  The Wolf  …  Thistles And Weeds  …  Timshel  …  Whispers In The Dark  …   Winter Winds  …  

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