12 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mumford & Sons rejuvenated the UK music scene when they emerged at the end of the last decade. Combining traditional folk instrumentation with a heartfelt and open approach to songwriting, their infectious melodies made Sigh No More a slow-burning success. Along with peers Noah and the Whale and Laura Marling, Mumford & Sons use the simplicity of folk music as a jumping off point for exploration, combining elements of pop, rock and indie. This vital first album certainly shows you how it all began.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mumford & Sons rejuvenated the UK music scene when they emerged at the end of the last decade. Combining traditional folk instrumentation with a heartfelt and open approach to songwriting, their infectious melodies made Sigh No More a slow-burning success. Along with peers Noah and the Whale and Laura Marling, Mumford & Sons use the simplicity of folk music as a jumping off point for exploration, combining elements of pop, rock and indie. This vital first album certainly shows you how it all began.

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