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Throwback Thursdays: “England” (orig. The National), VH1 Unplugged (2011)

Mumford & Sons performed this cover during their VH1 Unplugged show in New York City on April 13, 2011. Click here to watch a video of Mumford & Sons performing just this song, and click here to watch their full VH1 Unplugged performance.

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Throwback Thursdays: “Home,” Mumford & Sons: 2011 Concert Highlights

Mumford & Sons stopped by KBCO Radio in Colorado for a live in-studio appearance on June 15, 2011, where they gave a rare performance of “Home.” While many expected this stunning track to find its way onto Mumford & Sons’ 2013 album Babel, it eventually disappeared from the band’s live repertoire.

Click here to download this track as part of a full collection of Mumford & Sons 2011 Concert Highlights.

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Throwback Thursdays: “Hold On To What You Believe”

This video was recorded in Dublin, Ireland in late 2008, and it seems to be the only video available of this early Mumford & Sons song being performed live.

Click here to listen to the track as it was first released in 2008 on the band’s second EP, Love Your Ground.

Throwback Thursdays: 2011 BRIT Awards Performance

In honor of Mumford & Sons winning the award for British Group at the 2013 BRIT Awards on February 20, 2013, this week’s Throwback is to the band’s performance of “Timshel” at the 2011 BRIT Awards on February 15, 2011.

Click here for full Mumford & Sons coverage from the 2013 BRIT Awards.

Throwback Thursdays: 2011 GRAMMY Performance

In honor of Mumford & Sons winning Album of the Year for Babel at the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards on February 10, 2013, this week’s Throwback is to their GRAMMY debut with The Avett Brothers and Bob Dylan on February 13, 2011.

Click here for full Mumford & Sons coverage from this year’s GRAMMY Awards, including photos, videos of the band’s performances, and more.

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Throwback Thursdays: “Whispers in the Dark” live at Gebäude 9 in Cologne, Germany on 19th November 2009.

This performance, recorded just one month after Sigh No More's UK release and before its February 2010 US and Canadian release, is unique because the song was still so new that a section of what is now known as “Lover of the Light” was part of the introduction. Since then, the band obviously decided they had two separate songs on their hands: “Whispers in the Dark" and "Lover of the Light" from Babel (2012).

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Throwback Thursdays: “But My Heart Told My Head (Winter Winds)” The Cave EP (2009)

Released in April 2009, The Cave EP, also known as The Cave and the Open Sea, was Mumford & Sons’ third and final EP prior to Sigh No More’s release just six months later. This EP included an early version of this track, which would go on to be known as “Winter Winds,” and it is quite a bit different to the version on Sigh No More. Enjoy!

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Throwback Thursdays: “To Darkness/Kripa” Dharohar Project, Laura Marling & Mumford & Sons - EP (2010)

This EP was recorded in Delhi whilst taking part in the British Music Council sponsored Soundpad Project. It features four tracks, including this reworking of album track “To Darkness" which eventually evolved into the track “Broken Crown” on Babel (2012).

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Throwback Thursdays: “The Cave” The Cave EP (2009)

Released in April 2009, The Cave EP, also known as The Cave and the Open Sea, was Mumford & Sons’ third and final EP prior to Sigh No More's release just six months later. This EP included an early version of what would go on to become one of the band's most popular songs, “The Cave,” that is a bit different to the version on Sigh No More. Have a listen!

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Throwback Thursdays: “Lovers’ Eyes” from the Clive Davis Theater at the GRAMMY Museum for the 2011 KROQ GRAMMY Pre-Party

This performance, recorded on February 12, 2011, was the premiere of the then-untitled track from Babel (2012), “Lovers’ Eyes.”

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