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Mumford and Sons


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Written on: 30.03.2013 12:53
Tobias
Posts: 37
Playing Glastonbury and T in the Park, no dates left in between. Surely they can come to Roskilde! icon_smile.gif
Written on: 31.03.2013 15:42
I Like Turtles
Posts: 760
Tobias wrote:

Playing Glastonbury and T in the Park, no dates left in between. Surely they can come to Roskilde! icon_smile.gif

They are playing in Copenhagen on the 8th of april, which could mean no Roskilde for such a big band. I also don't get how they can headline festivals like Glastonbury and T In The Park with only two albums to their name, the second even with mixed reviews. Of course they would make a lot of people happy (I saw them myself in Lisbon last summer) but I just think that they would occupy a spot that should be filled by the likes of My Bloody Valentine, Atoms For Peace, The Killers etc.
And stop calling me Shirley icon_wink.gif
Written on: 31.03.2013 16:38
Cliché Guevara
Posts: 174
I Like Turtles wrote:

Tobias wrote:

Playing Glastonbury and T in the Park, no dates left in between. Surely they can come to Roskilde! icon_smile.gif

They are playing in Copenhagen on the 8th of april, which could mean no Roskilde for such a big band. I also don't get how they can headline festivals like Glastonbury and T In The Park with only two albums to their name, the second even with mixed reviews. Of course they would make a lot of people happy (I saw them myself in Lisbon last summer) but I just think that they would occupy a spot that should be filled by the likes of My Bloody Valentine, Atoms For Peace, The Killers etc.
And stop calling me Shirley icon_wink.gif


I don't think the fact that they're playing in Copenhagen soon would have that big of an impact on a booking, as the show sold out in minutes, which means that many people are missing out.
They headline those festivals because they're a MASSIVE band. Babel sold 600,000 copies during the first week over in the US - Justin Bieber's Believe sold 374,000 copies for comparison. Also, Sigh No More received really mixed reviews as well.

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Written on: 31.03.2013 17:32
Tobias
Posts: 37


They are playing in Copenhagen on the 8th of april, which could mean no Roskilde for such a big band. I also don't get how they can headline festivals like Glastonbury and T In The Park with only two albums to their name, the second even with mixed reviews. Of course they would make a lot of people happy (I saw them myself in Lisbon last summer) but I just think that they would occupy a spot that should be filled by the likes of My Bloody Valentine, Atoms For Peace, The Killers etc.
And stop calling me Shirley icon_wink.gif


Yes they are playing soon, so therefore it might be logical they will be announced after their gig. icon_smile.gif I'd love MBV as well, Atoms for Peace and The Killers not so much. Mumford and Sons would make one great party at Orange, could be grand!

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