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  • Mumford & Sons are one of music's most unlikely success stories. The British group broke through with a banjo-driven folk/rock sound that, Rolling Stone called, "like a horse and buggy designed in a Tesla factory." With the recent release of "Delta," their third straight #1 album, they are indisputably among the biggest bands of the past decade. Anthony Mason reports.
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Comments • 42

  • Kimberley
    Kimberley 5 days ago

    I love them!!! So talented!! I love the stories, the instruments, everything!!

  • andrew armstrong
    andrew armstrong Month ago

    Delta 4th Album not the 3rd.... 😉

  • Reagan McCoy
    Reagan McCoy Month ago

    What an incredible band! I was introduced to them in 2017 and have been obsessed ever since. I also got to see them live last year and they're absolutely amazing live

  • michelle thompson
    michelle thompson Month ago

    Best music group ever!!

  • Denis Gerasimenko
    Denis Gerasimenko Month ago

    most comments here girls) but this is my best one band! love them too much! every my phone always have only their albums

  • Noteman
    Noteman Month ago +1

    Overrated.

  • Hannah LaVergne
    Hannah LaVergne Month ago +1

    Wow I love their music

  • Karen Daubert
    Karen Daubert 2 months ago +1

    So fun! I recently saw them in a tiny theater in Taipei and it was super intimate and fun! Much MUCH smaller venue than what they are used to playing I'm sure. But it was a blast and everyone was pretty close. Marcus even ran through the crowd and played at the back of th audience!

  • Gavin Helgeson
    Gavin Helgeson 2 months ago +9

    British - Mumford and Sons
    America - Sanford and Son

  • tripjet999
    tripjet999 2 months ago

    Showing how bad Top-40 music has gotten...

  • Emily Klakulak
    Emily Klakulak 2 months ago +1

    Love them so much.

  • castiel carlysle
    castiel carlysle 2 months ago +3

    my all time favorite folk band..first and second albums were incomparable.

  • jammer3618
    jammer3618 2 months ago

    Sold out shows! Has nothing to do with $$$ does it😊😊😊😊?

  • Birgit West
    Birgit West 2 months ago +1

    Great little clip. I learned quite a few things I didn't know before. Love these guys. So full of life, fun, creativity. Always pushing the boundaries. Loved the first two albums. Not a huge fan of number 3. Delta is a amazing. The concert last fall in Phoenix AZ was fantastic!! First time to see them live for me. Was totally worth the 6-hour drive. We got the special performance of "“The Sun Never Sets On The Cool Kids”. Hilarious. So happy for their success.

  • Kordel Davis
    Kordel Davis 2 months ago +3

    They are so real and I'm happy they didn't have to deal with a mega studio and recording company!!

  • dalex60
    dalex60 2 months ago +4

    All recording artists today owe their success to “payola”. Unless an artist’s record company is cutting checks to radio stations, the radio listening public will never hear their music. “Payola” is accounted for in the record company’s ledgers as, “artist support”. Record company’s “support” dictates what we hear on the radio.... Sad...

    • dalex60
      dalex60 2 months ago

      Louis Rios - pay·o·la
      /pāˈōlə/
      the practice of bribing someone to use their influence or position to promote a particular product or interest.
      "if a record company spends enough money on payola, it can make any record a hit"

    • dalex60
      dalex60 2 months ago

      Louis Rios - I worked in accounting for a major label. There’s my evidence... Justin Bieber was “Discovered” on RU-clip, but I guarantee his songs didn’t get any airplay until his label started cutting checks. Why do you think the radio stations play certain songs 50 million times a day?? Next time, think, instead of reacting with your over emotional state before posting a response... Bienvenidos al mundo real Louis...

    • Louis Rios
      Louis Rios 2 months ago

      He says without evidence, and by strangely assuming that radio is still the primary way that musicians get discovered. Ever hear of Spotify, or maybe RU-clip??

  • Bryahna Tate
    Bryahna Tate 2 months ago +2

    Someday in the future I will meet the Mumford & Sons and I always miss the concert when I come to Boston Massachusetts I just want a private concert just me and the Mumford & Sons so badly

  • Dae Dae TINEZ
    Dae Dae TINEZ 2 months ago +2

    Those guys are doing something right. I’m Puerto Rican and not too much into the blue grass stuff but, I love their music! Glad I’ve heard of them.

  • Dallas Pridgen
    Dallas Pridgen 2 months ago +1

    I saw them 10 years ago this November at a club in Knoxville, TN and 4 more times over the last 10 years. I feel like a proud big sister watching this segment to see how far they’ve come. They never cease to make me smile ❤️

  • Grizzly Goat
    Grizzly Goat 2 months ago +2

    Skipped seeing them on a small stage at Bonnaroo to go see the Avett Brothers on a different stage. It was one of the hardest decisions of my life. I love the Avetts but I would have made a different decision today.

    • Kevin Kress
      Kevin Kress 2 months ago

      I wish Avetts and Mumford would tour together!

  • CJ Gardner
    CJ Gardner 2 months ago +4

    Could almost be an American roots band

  • raiderskull75
    raiderskull75 2 months ago +37

    I miss the banjo boys. How I wish they wouldn't have folded under the pressure of the critics, and kept it country/alternative/bluegrass/folk. There was something More humble, manly and rustic about that sound, But I guess they have to change with the times. wish them much more success.

    • Joanie C
      Joanie C Month ago

      If posh people can be considered humble and rustic...

    • Cole Howerton
      Cole Howerton Month ago

      Marcus said the sound change came from within the band itself, not from any pressure. They wanted to evolve, and they did a fantastic job.

    • Reed Sowell
      Reed Sowell 2 months ago +6

      I do share a similar sentiment, but I don't think it was media or critic pressure at all. They are my absolute favorite band and when I saw them back in October, right at the front, I realized that even the songs I connected with less (mainly those on the third album) were other people's favorites songs that really impacted him, and they sang every word, as did I. I've listened to their first album hundreds of times and still get something new from it. However, I think the band evolved naturally and you can see the dedication to their music in every single live performance. Their newest album was somewhat strange at first but when you get into it, you realize that really brings all of the different strands of music they've touched over the years together. The live show I saw was just incredible and better than I could have imagined. Although there was more production, more glimmer, shiny lights, and fireworks, it never took away from the same heart of incredible souls that have touched millions through their melodies and lyrics. All that to say, they have done everything from a genuine place and it shows in how they perform.

  • Shell F
    Shell F 2 months ago +2

    Class act. Rock on ! 🤘🏻

  • NPC 33331
    NPC 33331 2 months ago +1

    Proof four gay guys can succeed in a racist, sexist, homophobic, islamophobic, bigoted, fascist world

  • Colleen Lavoie
    Colleen Lavoie 2 months ago +1

    ❤️

  • The Shogunstein
    The Shogunstein 2 months ago +5

    saw them for 10$ right before they broke big in Phoenix

  • Juvenal Filan
    Juvenal Filan 2 months ago +3

    oh I love these lads, them music makes me feel more alive.. Brilliant Interview❤️

  • The Amish Rectal Oculosis Research Center

    I'm just here for & Sons........ Mumford himself is vastly overrated. Just Saying

  • Lara
    Lara 2 months ago +3

    My sister dragged me to their concert (not my type of music at all) and I loved it! They are amazing in concert!

  • Kent Beery
    Kent Beery 2 months ago +12

    The size of your shows have changed yes but when we're up on stage looking at each other that feeling hasn't changed......right on

  • carolyn thompson
    carolyn thompson 2 months ago +20

    I am happy for their success. I like their grass roots sound from this British band. It's a shame we live in such a cynical society that they've received criticism. Wish them all the success in the future.

  • Susie English
    Susie English 2 months ago +1

    As with all good music its rooted in poetry

  • Ki Martin
    Ki Martin 2 months ago +12

    Saw them at ACL last year. Marcus grabbed my hand during Ditmas. I had never felt more alive than in that moment lol. Seen them 4 times I look forward to all future shows! Love this band!

  • Costa Zambaras
    Costa Zambaras 2 months ago +11

    Saw these guys open for U2 here in Seattle a couple years ago. The show was absolutely AMAZING. They are a great live band. But the greatest part of the show was during the final encore of the entire night. The night ended with the stage being occupied by U2, Mumford and Sons, and Seattle native Eddie Vedder as they all closed out the show together for the final songs. I've been to dozens of concerts all over the country in every imaginable genre. But that moment, with all that talent on the stage on the stage at the same time, tops the list for me.

  • Cerebro Brother
    Cerebro Brother 2 months ago +1

    How can there are no Muslims, in the group, nasty racists. I'm reporting you to CAIR as a HATE group.

  • Brian Garrow
    Brian Garrow 2 months ago +1

    Beautiful music.

  • CJ Raabe
    CJ Raabe 2 months ago +4

    We needed more. #AgoraLove to Mumford

  • Mish B
    Mish B 2 months ago +1

    Short but a really great interview. M&S is awesome and even more so, they are amazing live.

  • Artes Pintura Ana Estrela
    Artes Pintura Ana Estrela 2 months ago +2

    😘

  • Hobby Baggard
    Hobby Baggard 2 months ago +4

    Good to be alive aye Ted! I like your music, get rid of the raining confetti of garbage. Or clean it up yourself.

  • Porn King
    Porn King 2 months ago

    gross band

  • Caroline Quek
    Caroline Quek 2 months ago +26

    Saw them live and they are every bit as good as I could ever imagine😍

    • HeavensMyths
      HeavensMyths Month ago +1

      I so agree, saw them last year and it was amazing.