Mumford & Sons are currently on hiatus, but will they call it quits for good? If you read a recent interview that band member Winston Marshall did, you would think that was a pretty safe bet. It now appears that Marshall may just have a dry sense of humor.
Mumford & Sons just released a video for their new single, "Hopeless Wanderer", which doesn't include any of the actual band members. Instead, it slowly reveals that Jason Sudeikis, Ed Helms, Jason Bateman, and Will Forte are dressed up as the band. As the song progresses, in true Mumford fashion, so does the ridiculousness (former SNL cast members Sudeikis and Forte actually make ou
Although it seems a good time was still had, fans of Mumford & Sons were disappointed to hear that they had to cancel their Bonnaroo 2013 appearance. But Jack Johnson was more than happy to step in at the last minute. Hear his thoughts:
With a few million records sold, a Grammy Award for Album of the Year and a Brit Award for Best British Group...I'd say the last 12 months have been pretty good to Mumford & Sons. They've just release a slew of 2013 tour dates and we've got 'em here:
I am loving YouTube Comedy Week! Check out the latest hilarity posted, titled "Start A Mumford Band! Key of Awesome #71". I love Mumford & Sons and the insinuating joke here is really a great compliment to them. Are we currently living in "Mumford Land" with many "Mumford Bands", which has now spawned a "Mumford Man" (or 3)? Check this out:
Although Mumford & Sons' sophomore album, Babel, just won Album of the Year at the Grammys, the band says their next album will have a slightly different sound. Found out what some of the Sons said:
It's the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards this Sunday as the music industry giants convene on the Staples Center in Los Angeles. So who will this year's winners be? We've got the main categories listed for you right here. It is the Grammys, so of course, not too many surprises. There's some Moose artists in the mix though.
My current favorite song is Mumford & Sons "Little Lion Man". I recommend their full length debut, 2009's Sigh No More. If you like Bluegrass and British Alt Rock that is (kind of a weird combo but it really works). Anyway, check out this video.