Cause someone asked over at mumfordandsonsblog. Yes, you ask (on a different blog I stalk) and you shall receive (awkwardly on this blog).
Ted’s a wee bit jet lagged, guys.
Mumford & Sons at their VH1 Unplugged appearance. Ted’s jetlagged, Marcus is a concerned parent, and Winston is the younger brother who taunts Ted. Ben just laughs at them all.
This a video of Marcus explaining why he forgot the words to Thistle & Weeds, on Tuesday.
He’s so sweet.
How strange is it that I’m more exited about this snippet of banter than about the new song?
Seriously, am I nuts or something?
Yes, I was front row for this show.. and he is so hilarious.
Here’s a front-row and center perspective of Mumford & Sons performing “Wagon Wheel” with Jerry Douglas and Old Crow Medicine Show at The Ryman on March 8, 2012. Incredible.
Mumford & Sons perform “Timshel” completely acoustically from the very front of The Ryman stage (with a bit of pre-song banter and shushing) on March 8, 2012.
Mumford & Sons perform a never before heard song called “Where Are You Now” at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN on March 7, 2012.
Submitted via twitter by Lindsey Hughes.
“The Enemy” (full version), by Mumford & Sons for Andrea Arnold’s film Wuthering Heights.
A third installment of Marcus Mumford’s impromptu set at NYC’s Caffe Vivaldi on January 10, 2012. This time a version of Johnny Flynn’s “Howl.”
Mumford & Sons perform “Broken Crown” at Terminal 5 in New York City on November 16, 2010. It’s just so good. So good.
They have the best faces, they really do.