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Mumford & Sons at Glastonbury 2013 – review

Taking to the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury to close the festival after only two albums would be considered something of an achievement for most bands. Unfortunately, this proved as difficult a task as it sounds and without an extensive catalogue of hits London’s disciples of tweed Mumford and Sons stumbled there way through a set that revealed them as mediocre and desperate for love but with a strange sense of entitlement that only comes from the over privileged.

A journalist once commented that Mumford and Sons are to folk music what Nickelback are to grunge. I will now do my level best to prove this astute observation right beyond all reasonable doubt.

I’m sat at home as I write this, not at Glastonbury festival. As a former resident of that particular extravaganza I now fit very neatly into the column populated mostly by the bitter and twisted of us who…

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This entry was posted on July 7, 2013 by in All about me, Justsaying.

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