Posts Tagged ‘Sigh No More’
I once again neglected Mumford & Sons and I truly apologize.
What I’m about to show you is probably old and from 2009, but deal with it. It’s Mumford & Sons, and I truly just want to take a nap and have them sing me to sleep.
Now, what you have to understand is… I have no idea how to embed these videos (And yes I know. You think after a year I’d figure this out by now, but the secret is… I’m not computer savvy at all) So, what I’m gonna do is post great pictures and you will click on them and surprises will pop up. But don’t worry, it won’t be surprises of the porn or terroristic variety.
And here is an INTERVIEW because you guys are so kind.
Remember how unexpectadly hot Ron is in Harry Potter?? Well, add Mumford & Sons soundtrack to the Harry Potter angst and it’s even better.
Whoever made that should win an Oscar.
Did that hurt??? Did that awesome-ness knock the wind out of you?
That’s pretty insane that Sigh No More has been out for 17 MONTHS! and is still super popular. Good thing it’s all about the money for them, because these lads are making some serious moolah!
And to make this post substantial, how about some music?? This may be the greatest song ever written. Forget what I said about any other song I’ve ever mentioned on The Revolution…. this song trumps it.
And here’s another one for the road…
Take that to the bank and cash it!
PS By the way., in that last video, the guy playing the accordion is wearing a purple hoodie, just like J Biebs, and I didn’t even have to request it. Need I say more??
And Marcus Mumford looks like Alec Baldwin in Beetlejuice, in that shirt.
I’m so right.
I clearly wrote everything below this last night in a bout of insomnia. And this just popped up this morning so I HAVE to post. Think of it like an aliment that I have, and that way you won’t judge me.
And just to make this more exciting… pictures???
What an action shot.
So, you know how I love “Earth Stood Still”?? Well, “The Cave” is rapidly approaching that threshold. I had the genius idea of naming my kid (or dog… whichever I get first) “cave” in honor of this song. I took a survey and most of the people in my life thought it was a brilliant idea so that means there’s like a 77% chance that it will happen.
The banjo player needs to relax for like 1 minute with the grinding of the banjo. Just 1 minute.
But if he was from another century….like if he was BFF with Robin Hood or something. I think he actually has on a satin vest in this performance of “White Blank Page” from London’s Hyde Park (great park by the by!).
I almost got distracted from this great performance due to the sheen of this vest.
By the way, if you haven’t noticed by now I’m about to do a Mumford & Sons post dump so if you hate them, it was the wrong day to visit The Revolution my friends.
I hope you all have your satin vests on.
Send that muffin basket to Barbara for this video because she’s clearly my new angel muffin.
Here is the entire Mumford & Sons Bonnaroo set!! Seriously. 45 minutes of pure entertainment. So throw on a sweaty white tank top and snuggle up to this.
I’m out of control with Mumford & Sons right now. It’s
starting to affect still affecting my everyday life. I have so many things to do today, but I just spent the past hour on YouTube being sucked into the Mumford & Sons vortex. Good thing I don’t have work today because I would obviously have to call out so I can finish my journey into the vortex.
“Lover Of The Light” is one of my favorite Mum & Sons songs, and I know I say that about every song (because I honestly can’t say I don’t like any of them) but this song is magical and enchanting to me. I’m sure there are some sort of subliminal messaging in it, because I suddenly want to own a vest.
I promise any of you my first-born if you can get me to see Mumford & Sons live anywhere in this world in the near future. You can have baby “cave” once they arrive on this fine planet.
PS Oh Oprah! There are more videos from this Paris show. You see what I mean about the vortex???
Okay… I’m done. I promise.
Well, lucky for you I have it!!
Seriously. The whole freakin’ set. Now, I haven’t watched this yet because I found it at like 2AM, but you can watch it first because I’m kind like that.
Again, I haven’t seen the whole set but I’m sure it was epic, beautiful, perfect and you all love them even more.
And I’m not sure why Marcus Mumford feels the need to dress like it’s 1904, but I’m into it. Which makes me question myself. And by question, I mean judge.
My Mumford & Sons titles are so crappy. I apologize. I can never think of anything funny. It’s as if they suck all the creativity out of me, because I’m so captivated by all that they do.
Anyway, we all know by now that Mum & Sons hit up Glastonbury, but what we didn’t know was that they performed a secret gig somewhere.
It looks like someone’s basement and I just hope they weren’t kidnapped.
I love that song so much. I may name my first child “cave” in honor of it. I’m sure my baby daddy won’t mind.
And you know what else I love, a little less than “The Cave” though???h This interview
The Georgian windows in Bishop Terrick’s dining room look out on to the gardens of Fulham Palace. This Grade I listed building, once the summer retreat of the Bishops of London, is now a museum and event venue. Today it’s host to Mumford & Sons who peer patiently out of one of the windows. From the outside they’re framed by clouds of wisteria and look suitably romantic. They don’t sound it, though.
“This is weirdly close,” mutters Ben Lovett.
“Winston, I think I can actually feel your balls on my leg,” hisses Marcus Mumford.
I’ll leave it at the balls comment and you can read the rest HERE. Definitely check it out… it’s a great article.
And if you read that article this video of “Roll Away Your Stone” will make sense. I like to test you all.