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    I’m probably late with this discovery, but I’ve never noticed it before:

    In Mumford & Sons’ Winter Winds music video, around 2:18, there appear to be still people/cutouts/mannequins in the background and in several shots afterward.. I’m confused as to what their purpose is or what the hell they even are…

    If you watch this Directors Cut of Winter Winds you’ll see that there were originally supposed to be dancers dancing around the boys….thank god they cut that out.

    You can see all the dancers in this shot:

    (via the-mandolineer-deactivated2013)

    Watch the entire Rock Feedback Session with Mumford & Sons in early 2009. Set list as follows:



    White Blank Page

    Little Lion Man

    Winter Winds

    Mumford & Sons onstage at KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas in Universal City, CA on December 11, 2012. I think it’s safe to say they’re happy to be on stage.

    Copyright C Flanigan /Filmmagic

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    Mumford & Sons at Stubb’s in Austin, TX. Watch as they deliver electrifying performances of Sigh No More, Roll Away Your Stone, and Winter Winds.

    First time I’ve heard this interview/performance. Learned something new…White Blank Page was the first song they wrote as a band.

    Between the Interview they play:

    • Little Lion Man
    • Winter Winds
    • Timshel
    • White Blank Page
    • As a bonus and by the bands request WFUV plays Leftovers by Johnny Flynn and The Sussex Wit



    To close out the year and as a gift to all of my followers, Mumford & Sons Blog has put together a playlist of some of the best Mumford & Sons concert highlights of 2011!  I’ve taken the time to edit all the tracks for the best audio possible, so these files are the highest quality available.  Here’s the track list:

    1. Sigh No More (Coachella)
    2. Roll Away Your Stone (Glastonbury)
    3. Winter Winds (Railroad Revival Tour/New Orleans)
    4. Below My Feet (Telluride Bluegrass Festival)
    5. White Blank Page (Bonnaroo)
    6. Timshel (Railroad Revival Tour/New Orleans)
    7. Hopeless Wanderer (Telluride Bluegrass Festival)
    8. Little Lion Man (KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas)
    9. Lover of the Light (Coachella)
    10. Ghosts That We Knew (KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas)
    11. Awake My Soul (Hyde Park)
    12. Thistle & Weeds (Bonnaroo)
    13. Lover’s Eyes (Hyde Park)
    14. Dust Bowl Dance (107.7 THE END’s Deck the Hall Ball)
    15. The Cave (Glastonbury)

    16. When My Time Comes, Dawes feat. Mumford & Sons (World Cafe 20th Anniversary Concert)
    17. Home (KBCO Radio)
    18. Lover’s Eyes (Backstage at Bonnaroo)
    19. Ghosts That We Knew (Radio 104.5 Philadelphia)
    20. This Train is Bound for Glory, with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and Old Crow Medicine Show (Railroad Revival Tour/New Orleans)

    Click here to download and add these performance highlights to your library!  You can also click here to download the entire playlist as one RAR file if that’s easier for you.

    M&S Blog would like to thank Mumford & Sons for a brilliant 2011, and here’s to an even better 2012!  Happy new year, everyone!


    Mumford & Sons performing Live at Brown Couch Sessions 2009. Watch video here.

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