Mumford and Sons are a multi award-winning London-based alternative folk/ bluegrass outfit featuring Marcus Mumford - vocals, guitar, drums and mandolin Winston marshall - vocals, banjo, dobro, electric guitar and bass guitar, Ben Lovett keyboards, organ and accordion and Ted Dwane - double bass, bass guitar and drums.
The band's 2009 debut-album "Sigh No More" reached number one in three countries (number two in the UK) and spawned the hits "Little Lion Man" and "The Cave". They issued the follow-up "Babel" in 2012 which earned them a Grammy in 2013. They also won a BRIT Award in 2013 for Best British Group. The band released their third album "Wilder Mind" in 2015, followed by live collaboration album, "Johannesburg", recorded in South Africa with Baaba Maal, The Very Best and Beatenberg plus the 2018 album: "Delta".