Mumford & Sons

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Winston Marshall on break from Mumford & Sons after praising rightwing writer
Marshall said he would ‘examine my blindspots’ after endorsing a book by controversial US commentator Andy Ngo

Laura Snapes

10, Mar, 2021 @10:40 AM

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Don’t stand so close: how live music has changed its tune in lockdown
From drive-in concerts to livestreaming on Fortnite, the industry has had to adapt creatively to the current restrictions

Nosheen Iqbal

16, May, 2020 @6:05 PM

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Amy Winehouse's stilettos in Island Records auction for coronavirus
Handwritten lyrics by Bono, Annie Lennox and Portishead’s Beth Gibbons will also come under the hammer

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

14, May, 2020 @10:38 AM

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Mumford & Sons star: UK needs small venues to nurture talent
Ben Lovett says UK risks falling behind rest of Europe without more grassroots support

Lanre Bakare Arts and culture correspondent

26, Nov, 2019 @7:00 AM

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Tickets: can you trust the new wave of resale sites?
Beat the touts by using big agencies’ fan-to-fan services, or bag a deal at their ‘ethical’ rivals

Rupert Jones

25, May, 2019 @6:45 AM

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Mumford & Sons review – ambitious tour sets sail on a sea of mediocrity
On a stage that resembles a futuristic pirate ship, the folk-rockers try to be epic and intimate – but their new material sends them adrift

Malcolm Jack

21, Nov, 2018 @1:38 PM

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Mumford & Sons: Delta review – three minutes of mild excitement
(Gentlemen of the Road/Island)

Phil Mongredien

18, Nov, 2018 @7:59 AM

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Mumford & Sons: Delta review – a lightweight lunge for mass appeal
The band were once adept at uniting disparate influences, but it’s a knack they’ve lost

Laura Snapes

16, Nov, 2018 @10:20 AM

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Mumford & Sons on Jordan Peterson, the Grenfell tragedy – and being hated
They’re a band that the British public love to sneer at, but they say it has long stopped bothering them. And, anyway, they have bigger fish to fry

Rachel Aroesti

16, Nov, 2018 @6:00 AM

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This week’s tracks reviewed: The Joy Formidable, Avril Lavigne, Mumford & Sons
The Joy Formidable swagger in with a lip-curled cracker, Avril Lavigne’s back with a meh, while the Mumfords return with another trite radio ballad

Mark Beaumont

28, Sep, 2018 @10:00 AM

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Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Lady Gaga to feature on Elton John covers albums
The pop and country-themed covers collections of Elton John and co-writer Bernie Taupin’s best-loved material are released on 6 April

Laura Snapes

15, Mar, 2018 @1:05 PM

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New band of the week: Phoenix and the Flower Girl (No 145)
The last ever New Band of the Week brings an appropriately phantasmagoric end to the column’s 11-year run

Paul Lester

27, Mar, 2017 @7:00 AM

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