Marcus Mumford and co return with their third album, Wilder Mind... and this time, they've ditched the banjos.
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Manchester's finest band of a generation, fronted by the observational lyricist Liam Fray.
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The former Oasis man goes solo... with classic songs in the classic style.
Monster Manchester-inspired rock and roll action from the Leicester boys.
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Banjos! Waistcoats! Catchy choruses! Welcome to the world of Marcus Mumford and pals.
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2015's Best Selling Vinyl So Far: Noel Gallagher, Blur and Lots More
The Official Chart Company has announced the 10 most popular albums and singles on vinyl so far this year and both lists are dominated by Noel Gallagher, with records from Blur, David Bowie and Arctic Monkeys featuring too.
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