Mumford and Sons Tour News And Updates
The lineup for the 2016 Firefly Music Festival in Dover, DE has just been released and one of the headliners is slated to be done other than Mumford and Sons. The festival will take place from Thursday, June 16 through Sunday, June 19 and will feature bands from all over the world. Beyond Marcus Mumford and his crew, the festival will also feature the likes of Florence and the Machine, Ellie Goulding, and Deadmau5. Tickets to the event go on sale in just a few days, so be sure to check back to score yours. In the meantime, you can catch Mumford and Sons on tour starting Sunday, April 3 in Houston, TX.
4/28/15 - Irish folk turned rock group Mumford and Sons take their music seriously. After two albums founded in sincere, folksy roots, the guy were ready to ditch the banjos and begin experimenting with electric guitars and heavier rock. This culminated in their brand new album, Wilder Mind. While Marcus Mumford and the rest of the group are extremely proud of their new sound, they’re just as eager to forget about their old look. Mumford confessed that he thinks, “we look like absolute idiots,” in old photos. He also regrets their band name, saying it was a mistake to tie his real last name to the group. While Mumford may have regrets about fashion sense, the only thing he would take back from his music is an overuse of the banjo. Come check out their new sound and look when their tour kicks off this June.
4/20/15 - Irish rockers Mumford and Sons recently released a fresh new single off of their up and coming album Wilder Mind, which is due out on May 5. The guys published a video to their YouTube page performing a new song called “Snake Eyes.” The hit resembles some of the band’s other material in that the song comes to a crescendo that is marked by beautiful guitar picking and breakneck-speed drumming. This is the third single that the band has released off of their new album. They also released “Believe” and “The Wolf” earlier this year, which both seemed like more of a departure from their earlier music. With “Snake Eyes” they prove they can mix old with new, which is exactly what fans can expect when they head out on tour this summer.