Mumford & Sons on Jordan Peterson, the Grenfell tragedy – and being hated
the Guardian -

They’re a band that the British public love to sneer at, but they say it has long stopped bothering them. And, anyway, they have bigger fish to fry

In Mumford & Sons’ decade-long existence, the band have become synonymous with waistcoats, tweed, tweed waistcoats and, most of all, a wildly popular strain of old-timey folk and Americana. Their Christian-tinged, banjo-fuelled sound turned them into one of the biggest-selling acts of the early 2010s, winning them Grammys, stage time with Bob...


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