Mumford & Sons

You know that feeling when you hear a band for the very first time, and your immediate reaction is “wait just a minute — wow, this is, this is, really really good”, and you just have to park by the side of the road to have a closer listen? Yes? Here’s one for you:

Mumford & Sons. They’ve become wildly popular in Europe over a short period of time — wanted to share this with our American non-Euro friends.
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5 Responses to “Mumford & Sons”

  1. Tommi says:

    Boxing gloves were invented for people who try to clap to the beat during songs at concerts.

  2. Radioboy says:

    High la la la la potential?!?

  3. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    [quote comment=”10505″]High la la la la potential?!?[/quote]
    I know one could easily be tempted to draw this conclusion, based on the one clip above — however I would encourage you to give their entire album (“Sigh No More”) a listen before doing so…

  4. Hugh says:

    I liked it. Especially watching the band feeding off of the energy coming from the crowd.
    The power of live music. Very cool.

    Was that dude playing a bass drum along with his acoustic? I haven’t seen that before! 🙂 Where are they from?

  5. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    [quote comment=”10527″]Was that dude playing a bass drum along with his acoustic? I haven’t seen that before! 🙂 Where are they from?[/quote]
    Not quite sure what’s going on in the drum section there! They’re from London btw.

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