After first forming in December of 2007; it was apparent to many that the group Mumford and Sons were setting out to create a musical style unlike any other in the world of popular music today. The English folk rock group, formed of members Marcus Mumford, Ben Lovett, Country Winston Marshall and Ted Dwane first came together with the idea to create a new sound for mainstream music fans and in a few short years managed to take the world of popular music by storm. The band that uses unique instruments, a mix of rock, pop and folk and features the deep and soothing voice of lead singer Marcus Mumford to create a sound that is entirely their own.
After developing a dedicated fan base in the West London music scene; the band set out to find international success and soon became the world-wide phenomenon that they are today. After a wildly successful debut EP; Mumford and Sons released their first full length album; Sigh No More; the heartfelt album not only showcased the band’s instrumentation skills but their real life, soulful lyrics that quickly captured the hearts of fans of all ages. This album quickly shot to the top of the Billboard Charts in three different countries proving that the band had finally found the success they dreamed of.
This album success was followed with numerous television appearances, a handful of Grammy Award nominations, Grammy Award nominations, Brit Awards, ARIA Music Awards and more. The group also went on to record another chart topping album as they proved to the world that this band was here to stay.
Today the band; known for their high energy performance style has been touring the world and delivering their one-of-a-kind sound to audiences around the globe. Known for their energized performances that encourage crowd participation and that always have fans on their feet and singing along; seeing Mumford and Sons live is an opportunity that fan supporters will not want to miss out on. Those who are able to get Mumford and Sons tickets will find that their latest tour will be promoting many of the new songs from their latest album Bable; as well as many of their classic hits that first helped this folk band rise to the top of the music world.