“Harry.” He spread his arms wide, and his hands were both whole and white and undamaged. “You wonderful boy. You brave, brave man. Let us walk.”
Mumford & Sons: a quick reference guide.
November 2012, Q Magazine
Ted Dwane: Jenson Button lookalike was once in a band called Sex Face. Producer Markus Dravs sent him home on the first day of recording their debut album and told him not to come back until he actually owned a bass.
“Country” Winston Marshall: Bearded banjo player. Used to have dreadlocks, which he now keeps in a bag under his bed. Was seen high-fiving R Kelly at a Grammys party in 2011. His father, hedge fund millionaire and philanthropist Paul Marshall, unsuccessfully stood for Parliament with the SD/Liberal Alliance in 1987.
Ben Lovett: The softly spoken AFC Wimbledon fan is a classically trained pianist with a potentially fatal peanut allergy. Runs an infrequently updated food blog on the band’s website and once ate pig’s brains for Christmas dinner -“They tasted like chicken”.
Marcus Mumford: Singer/guitarist/drummer/reluctant bandleader. An early love of hip-hop was compromised when his parents confiscated his Fugees album. He became penpals with future wife Carey Mulligan through church aged 11. They were eventually re-introduced by Donnie Darko star Jake Gyllenhaal in 2001.
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