The band explain to XFM Manchester's Tim Cocker why they've asked fans not to record them or take pictures with their phones during their gigs.
Thursday, 7th May 2015
Tuesday, 5th May 2015
In the week that the band's new album Wilder Mind is released, Marcus Mumford jokes that he's happy to buy the same record more than once...
Friday, 24th April 2015
A special pre-album release date has been lined up next week... but you won't be able to take selfies.
Friday, 17th April 2015
It's been confirmed that a select number of Record Store Day shops will play Wilder Mind, the newest Mumford and Sons album, tomorrow.
Tuesday, 10th March 2015
Just 24 hours after rocking London's Oslo venue, the band have announced another show at the same location tonight.
Monday, 9th March 2015
Mumford And Sons might have a new sound for their new album, but Marcus has told Danielle Perry they wanted to try something "fresh and challenging".
Thursday, 19th February 2015
A line-up that already includes Muse, Alt-J and Kodaline has gotten even stronger with the addition of Mumford and Sons and more.
Wednesday, 18th February 2015
The popular Polish festival has just announced that Mumford and Sons will headline the event this year.
Tuesday, 3rd February 2015
Catfish And The Bottlemen, Bastille and Wolf Alice have also been added to the bill.
Saturday, 28th June 2014
Marcus Mumford and pals appeared with the sisters as part of their Gentlemen Of The Road stage.
Thursday, 26th June 2014
The band will bring their Gentlemen Of The Road event to the Avalon Cafe this weekend featuring Nick Mulvey and more...
Monday, 17th February 2014
The frontman told XFM he gets asked if Mumford and Sons have split up so much he's started saying 'yes'.
Monday, 23rd September 2013
The band are to “take considerable time off”.
Monday, 5th August 2013
The band's new video for Hopeless Wanderer takes a tongue in cheek view of the way they are portrayed...
Monday, 1st July 2013
The Vaccines, The Staves and Vampire Weekend appear with the band…
Tuesday, 25th June 2013
The band have confirmed they will still headline the Sunday night following Ted's brain surgery.
Friday, 14th June 2013
Ted from the band is recovering from brain surgery - it's not clear if their Glastonbury set will be affected.
Tuesday, 11th June 2013
Ted Dwane is receiving emergency treatment for a blood clot on the surface of his brain.
Monday, 3rd June 2013
The band have admitted they are nervous about closing this year's festival.
Wednesday, 17th April 2013
The band will play London this summe
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