Mumford and Sons nervous to headline Glastonbury

Mumford and Sons nervous to headline Glastonbury

London based folk-rock band, Mumford and Sons have admitted they’ve got some nerves surrounding their headlining spot at this years Glastonbury Festival.

The band is set to close the festival from the famous Pyramid Stage on Sunday, June 30.

Front man, Marcus Mumford, said, “it’s a really huge deal to headline Glastonbury; we’re a young band with only 2 records behind us”.

Banjo player, Winston Marshall added that he’s not sure if the band has earned the privileged of playing Glastonbury yet.

However, Marshall has ensured fans that they will be putting everything into the performance.

“Once you’re out there, in front of people, I don’t think there’s any choice than to just give it your all”.

Mumford and Sons will have a busy June, performing their biggest ever headline show on June 6th at London’s Olympic Park.

The show will also include performances from Vampire Weekend, Ben Howard, Haim, Bear’s Den and Edward Sharp and The Magnetic Zeros who they toured Australia with last year
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