Personalities | Mumford & Sons | Twenty-First Century | Rock
(Vocal/instrumental group, 2007–present)
An English folk-rock quartet from West London led by Marcus Mumford and featuring fellow multi-instrumentalists Ben Lovett, Ted Dwayne and ‘Country’ Winston Marshall. Their debut album Sigh No More (2009) peaked at No. 2 in the UK but topped the charts in Ireland and Australia. They received two Grammy nominations in 2010 and their second album Babel (2012) further consolidated their success by topping the charts both in the UK and US.
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