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An unidentified female fan got injured during a concert in Walla Walla, Washington after a guitar stand thrown into the crowd by the group's vocalist Marcus Mumford landed on her head.
The British band and the Blink-182 bassist were also joined by The Vaccines and Jack Garratt for a special cover of the Eurythmics song at The Forum in Inglewood, California.
With 249,000, the British band's new LP also scores the largest sales week for a rock album in almost a year and the third-largest sales week in 2015.
The band's frontman Marcus Mumford disagrees with the service's compensation structure, explaining that 'smaller bands should get paid more for it.'
The second song to have surfaced from the British folk/rock band's 'Wilder Mind' album highlights their much-talked-about electric new sound.
The band is now working on their new album 'Wilder Mind', which they say will be different from its two predecessors.
The song is the first to have surfaced from the group's upcoming album 'Wilder Mind' that's due out on May 4.
In support of their new album, 'Wilder Mind' which will be released on May 4, the band has planned a summer tour with Foo Fighters and My Morning Jacket.
Other names set to perform at the four-day event on June 11 to June 14 include Kendrick Lamar, Hozier, Tove Lo and Childish Gambino a.k.a. Donald Glover.
Mumford and Sons' representatives have confirmed that the banjo player was joking when he said the band had broken up.
Marcus Mumford reveals he says 'yes' when people ask if the group has split, so he and his bandmates 'can have a big come back tour next year.'
The British band decides to take a break because they think they don't have 'much time in the process to be with other people and living a life outside of the band.'
The members of the English folk rock band apparently are kicked out of Atlanta's Clermont Lounge because they break the strip club's no-phone policy.
The English folk rock band casts comics Jason Sudeikis, Jason Bateman, Will Forte and Ed Helms for the clip.
The British band graces the iconic Pyramid Stage with musicians like Vampire Weekend, First Aid Kit and The Vaccines to perform 'With a Little Help From My Friends'.