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Mumford and Sons

Posted 24 Apr 2013 @ 8:07am

After an unprecedented bout of rabid rumour-mongering as to who will help break in Splendour In The Grass's lush new digs at North Byron Parklands, we can finally reveal who will be heading our way for our largest winter music festival.


The full, very tasty, lineup reads as follows:...

Posted 6 Nov 2012 @ 11:13am

Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros and Willy Mason… this was the cast to every indie folk lover’s favourite movie. And the scene was set from the start, with a small but dedicated following arriving hours ahead of schedule to see long-time member of the scene, Willy Mason. With growing anticipation, the crowd swelled for Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros, a favourite...

Posted 25 Sep 2012 @ 12:36pm

Mumford & Sons brought the music world to its knees with their debut release of 2009, Sigh No More, and are set to do it all again with follow-up Babel. Deftly side-stepping that awkward second-album questionability, the folk rock troubadours stay true to their sound while recording in such a way it often feels the band are right there, rocking out with you in your lounge room (some tracks...

Posted 7 Sep 2012 @ 9:19am

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’ second album Here is one of the better releases to come along this year. Open and spacey, listening to it is like sitting in a very large living room watching a dust mote float around in a beam of sunlight that has snuck through the window, late on a hungover Sunday afternoon. Welcoming and comforting like the sturdy hug of a chubby, intoxicated friend, it...

Posted 15 Aug 2012 @ 12:46pm

I confess I sort of missed the rise of Mumford & Sons, but I’m pretty sure they’ve sung this song already. The banjo ramps towards the end in a way that seems unusually robust for these stoic folk pop journeymen, but otherwise this tune sounds like The Cave. Although come to think of it, there’s a plenty of ramping banjo action in that song as well. So to sum up, the first single from the...

Posted 28 Jun 2012 @ 8:08am

Mumford & Sons, one of the UK's most popular folk acts, have announced an epic run of Australian tour dates toward the end of this year, with some choice support acts along for the ride.


The tour will be the band's first following the release of their upcoming album.


Support on the tour comes from Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros and Willy Mason.

Posted 20 Jan 2011 @ 12:17pm
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