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Mumford & Sons
Formed: in London, England
Active: 2000s, 2010s Major
Styles: Indie Folk, Alternative/Indie Rock, British Folk Representative
Albums: "Babel", "Sigh No More", "Road to Red Rocks"

UPC Type Title
892038002619 CD Babel
4988005730077 (i) CD Babel
892038002633 Vinyl Babel
602537106592 (i) Vinyl Babel
602537225200 (i) CD Babel [Gentlemen of the Road Edition]
4988005772886 (i) CD Babel Deluxe Edition
892038002626 CD Babel-Deluxe Edition
892038002787 CD Babel-Gentlemen of the Road Edition
827191001209 DVD Extraordinary Folk
892038002794 CD Road to Red Rocks (Special Edition)
602537106615 (i) CD Road to Red Rocks: Super Deluxe Edition
892038002763 DVD Road to Red Rocks
602537218158 (i) DVD Road to Red Rocks
892038002770 Blu-Ray Road to Red Rocks
602537218134 (i) Blu-Ray Road to Red Rocks
892038002343 CD Sigh No More
892038002381 CD Sigh No More-
4988005772893 (i) CD Sigh No More Deluxe Edition
602527839134 (i) CD Sigh No More: Deluxe
892038002244 Vinyl Sigh No More
602527236018 (i) Vinyl Sigh No More
892038002237 CD Sign No More
602527285955 (i) CD Sign No More
9120817151540 DVD Story: Unauthorized Documentary

Biography: Inspired by folk, rock, country, and bluegrass, the London-based Mumford & Sons feature singer/guitarist/drummer Marcus Mumford, vocalist and banjo/Dobro player Winston Marshall, vocalist/keyboardist Ben Lovett, and vocalist/bassist Ted Dwane. The foursome started playing together in 2007; though they were playing with other bands at the time, they bonded over their shared love of rootsy music. Mumford & Sons quickly became a part of London's underground folk scene, which included acts like Laura Marling and Noah and the Whale. By late autumn 2007, the band was writing songs and playing shows frequently, leading to a gig at 2008's Glastonbury Festival. That June, their self-titled debut EP arrived, followed by the Love Your Ground EP that December.

In May 2009, the Cave and the Open Sea EP was released; meanwhile, Mumford & Sons signed to Island Records and worked with producer Markus Dravs (the Arcade Fire, Maccabees) on their first full-length. That summer, the single "Little Lion Man" became the first taste of their new material; it was named Hottest Record in the World This Week by BBC 1 Radio DJ Zane Lowe in July. The group was short-listed for the BBC's Sound of 2009 Poll shortly before its debut album, Sigh No More, was released that winter. It was issued a year later in America on the Glassnote Records label and sold over a million copies between the two countries. The group's second studio album, the much anticipated Babel, arrived in September 2012. The album would become a commercial hit, topping the Billboard Charts before going platinum in the U.S. Recorded live over two nights at Colorado's legendary Red Rock amphitheater, the band's first live film/recording, Road to Red Rocks, followed in late 2012. ~ Heather Phares, Rovi