This Live From The Artists Den Performance Will Make You Obsessed With Mumford & Sons ]

Wednesday, February 26, 2014
By  (@fdot415)

We  fell for Mumford & Sons back in 2010 when they were West London folk scene-ers making a play for the U.S. we thought You Oughta Know. Sophomore LP Babel soon followed, giving them Grammy wins. So we flipped out when after three years of avid fandemonium, health scares and brilliant Unplugged performances, Mumford announced their “indefinite” [break].

But we have the cure for your sads that Mumford won’t appear on this years festival lineups. Palladia is airing their full Live From The Artists Den concert tonight at 9/8C. We’ve got a sneak of the washboard playing quartet rocking their hit “I Will Wait” to the Belasco Theater crowd in downtown Los Angeles.  But before you press play, here are five things to watch for in the clip that will either make you an instant fan or further your obsession before the full show airs.

1. Marcus Mumford’s Lip Fuzz

2. Winston Marshall’s “I’m So Into It” Banjo Body Roll

3. This Really Intense Stare

4. Enthusiastic Impromptu Tambourine Pantomiming

5. Ted Dwane Walks, Plays String Bass, Sings And (Probably) Chews Gum At The Same Time

Missed the Palladia debut of Mumford’s Live From The Artists Den? Check out the full show [here] and check your local listings for future air dates on Palladia.


Marcus Mumford on the Coen Brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis”

Click here for more highlights from this interview with Mumford & Sons at 89.3 The Current in St. Paul, Minnesota, including photos, video of the band performing “Reminder,” and a link to the full hour-long interview.

Gentlemen of the Road label news... Let’s Get High (On Love)! ]

From the Mumford & Sons Official Website:
Wednesday 15, January 2014


Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros have released a new video for the track ‘Let’s Get High (On Love)’, from their latest album.

The video was shot in London in the summer and features some faces, and possibly some places, you will most likely recognise…

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’ self-titled album is out now through Mumford & Sons’ own label Gentlemen of the Road – you can get yourself a copy over here on iTunes.

Much love,

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