By Frankie Taylor
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Ben contributes backup vocals, keyboard, accordion and drums. Winston also sings, is a great banjo master and also plays both guitar and resonator guitar. Ted, finally, is responsible for the string bass, more vocals, guitar and drums. The band got together in 2007, coming from the same scene as Noah and the Whale amongst other contemporaries. Since then the boys have garnered a worldwide following. Fans are particularly attracted to the folk-based style of music which is often described as folk-pop crossover.
Babel In the UK and some European territories, Babel was released on the 24th of September 2012. It had actually been released three days earlier in Australia, New Zealand and some other European countries. It reached the US and Canada on the 25th of September 2012. In its first week it sold 600,000 copies in the US, making it the second biggest debut week of any album in 2012. In both the UK and US, it entered the charts at number one. As of March 2013, the album has already sold three million copies.
Fans are particularly attracted to the folk-based style of music which is often described as folk-pop crossover. They are signed to Island Records in the UK, Universal Music in Australia, and Glassnote in the US. Despite their folk roots, Marcus has said that he would love to rap on their next album! The Early Years The group of four multi-instrumentalists came together in December 2007. The boys chose their unusual band name to give it the air of an ‘antiquated family business’. They were part of what was known at the time as the ‘West London folk scene’.
101 Amazing Mumford & Sons Facts by Frankie Taylor