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The Mumford & Sons band was founded in 2007 and consists of 4 participants who remained unchanged since its inception:
  • Marcus Mumford – vocals, electric and acoustic guitar, drums
  • Ben Lovett – vocals, keyboards, piano and synthesizers
  • Winston Marshall – vocals, electric guitar, banjo
  • Ted Dwane – vocals, bass guitar
During its history the band managed the achieve few highpoints: the second and the third albums reached  first places in both UK and USA when released in 2012 and 2015, which brought them the title of the fastest popularity growth for an alternative band and earned the honor of being headliners on Glastonbury Festival.
The Mumford & Sons band was founded in 2007 and consists of 4 participants who remained unchanged since its inception: (more)

The style

The band plays folk rock, also known as new-folk. Their music is defined by folk arrangements with bluegrass elements played by acoustic guitar, banjo and double bass. However, their rhythmical vibes are styled as rock. This combination provided the growing popularity of the band. The media claimed there's a renewed folk scene in London, yet Marcus Mumford disagrees, saying it's just a coincidence that few bands of a similar style began working approximately at the same time, but it's not enough to claim there is a "scene" or a "wave".

The origin of the name and Mumford's musical influences

The idea behind the name Mumford & Sons was to create a vibe of a family business evolving around the leader of the group, being the most outstanding member and the one who took care of organizing shows and other administrative issues. Mumford is an Englishman born in the US, which allowed him to obtain a dual citizenship. He grew up in southwest London and was highly influenced by Old Crow Medicine Show – a folk band from Tennessee. Regarding the texts of the albums, Mumford & Sons tend to base their songs on subjects from literature, for example – part of the first album of the band was based on Shakespeare references, including the name of the album, based on "Much Ado About Nothing", other songs draw inspirations for Macbeth and other plays. Other inspiration resources include the Odyssey, specifically the songs of the sirens. So it is safe to say that Mumford & Sons are both musical and literal experience.

The albums and achievements

Mumford & Sons released up to date 3 albums: "Sigh No More" (20090, "Babel" (2012) and "Wilder Mind" (2015). Many musicians were involved in the recordings of all of the albums, contributing their talents to the authentic experience. The work of the band gained recognition in the form of many awards, including Brit Award for the best album in 2011 and 6 Grammy Nominations. Their performance during the Grammy awards in 2011 alongside Bob Dylan and The Avett Brothers contributed to the rising popularity of the band in the US.
Marcus Mumford – vocals, electric and acoustic guitar, drums Ben Lovett – vocals, keyboards, piano and synthesizers Winston Marshall – vocals, electric guitar, banjo Ted Dwane – vocals, bass guitar During its history the band managed the achieve few highpoints: the second and the third albums reached  first places in both UK and USA when released in 2012 and 2015, which brought them the title of the fastest popularity growth for an alternative band and earned the honor of being headliners on Glastonbury Festival. The style The band plays folk rock, also known as new-folk. Their music is defined by folk arrangements with bluegrass elements played by acoustic guitar, banjo and double bass. However, their rhythmical vibes are styled as rock. This combination provided the growing popularity of the band. The media claimed there's a renewed folk scene in London, yet Marcus Mumford disagrees, saying it's just a coincidence that few bands of a similar style began working approximately at the same time, but it's not enough to claim there is a "scene" or a "wave". The origin of the name and Mumford's musical influences The idea behind the name Mumford & Sons was to create a vibe of a family business evolving around the leader of the group, being the most outstanding member and the one who took care of organizing shows and other administrative issues. Mumford is an Englishman born in the US, which allowed him to obtain a dual citizenship. He grew up in southwest London and was highly influenced by Old Crow Medicine Show – a folk band from Tennessee. Regarding the texts of the albums, Mumford & Sons tend to base their songs on subjects from literature, for example – part of the first album of the band was based on Shakespeare references, including the name of the album, based on "Much Ado About Nothing", other songs draw inspirations for Macbeth and other plays. Other inspiration resources include the Odyssey, specifically the songs of the sirens. So it is safe to say that Mumford & Sons are both musical and literal experience. The albums and achievements Mumford & Sons released up to date 3 albums: "Sigh No More" (20090, "Babel" (2012) and "Wilder Mind" (2015). Many musicians were involved in the recordings of all of the albums, contributing their talents to the authentic experience. The work of the band gained recognition in the form of many awards, including Brit Award for the best album in 2011 and 6 Grammy Nominations. Their performance during the Grammy awards in 2011 alongside Bob Dylan and The Avett Brothers contributed to the rising popularity of the band in the US. (hide)
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