Mumford and Sons Joined by Blink-182's Mark Hoppus and More for 'Sweet Dream' Cover

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.

AceShowbiz - Mumford & Sons treated the crowd at their Inglewood, California concert to a very special cover of "Sweet Dream (Are Made of This)" on Tuesday night, August 18. Taking the stage at The Forum, the British band randomly brought out Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 for a performance of the Eurythmics song.

Marcus Mumford and Co. also enlisted their tour openers, The Vaccines and Jack Garratt, for the cover. A video of the performance, taken and shared online by a concertgoer, sees the Mumfords and The Vaccines on electric guitars, Hoppus on bass and Garratt on the digital drum pads.

Mumford & Sons, who has been on a tour to promote their latest chart-topping album "Wilder Mind", first debuted their Eurythmics cover during a July BBC Radio 2 session at Maida Vale. They then added the song to the setlist of their recent live shows, including the dates on their North American trek.

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