Unlike most banjo accompanied bands they’re making their mark with wide spread acceptance, singing songs about love lost and found and being young men taking on life’s adversities. Influenced by one of the greatest folk legends of our time Neil Young from his days of: Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. What is most unique about this folk band is that they are taking on folk with strong rock conviction. Most noted songs on this album are: “Little Lion Man”, “The Cave”, “Winter Winds”, but to be honest this album is not worth skipping tracks, as you’re just missing out at that point. Their name comes from lead singer; guitar and kick drum “Marcus Mumford” accompanied by Country Winston, Ben Lovett, and Ted Dwane. Anyone in the music community can appreciate a strong lead like Marcus Mumford. If you haven’t had a chance to see any live performances its worth getting on to Youtube to check out any of the songs listed to see the magic of Mumford and Sons. My favourite song is actually one of the first songs written by Mumford and Sons when they formed in December 2007 “White Blank Page”. This is a great song to add to your arsenal of acoustic guitar cover songs for summer bonfire sessions.