RE: Mumford & Sons perform on Saturday Night Live (SNL)





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Published on Sep 22, 2012

(my response) Mumford and Sons went to the stage to perform "I Will Wait." If you're not onboard with this band's vibe already, this song probably would not have changed your mind. (It's not like they suddenly turned to dubstep on their second album or anything.) The most remarkable thing about this band? Lead singer Marcus Mumford always has the exact same expression on his face during live performances, somewhere between "intensely focused" and "quite sleepy". In terms of songcraft, "I Will Wait" isn't really on par with "The Cave" or "Little Lion Man", but there's a passion to each song the band plays that still comes through regardless of relative quality. Many of you undoubtedly enjoyed this, and just as many of you are thinking that the pop-folk revival can't end quickly enough

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