Apple Music Festival returns to London 19-28 September for a full-volume celebration of music.
Few Cinderella stories in mainstream rock have the charm of Mumford & Sons, a four-piece troupe whose love of banjo and John Steinbeck was the unlikely ticket to follow in the footsteps of arena-filling icons like Coldplay and U2. Formed in London in 2007, the band became famous for heart-on-sleeve earnestness and fist-in-the-air folk-rock anthems. The band eventually gravitated toward grandiose (plugged-in) rock, and ditched the banjos altogether for 2015's Wilder Mind. By then, Marcus Mumford and his "sons" had proven that their raucous, heartfelt music needn't be constrained by genre boundaries.
Support comes from Jack Garratt.
We've got some good news. Whether you missed out on tickets or went along and wanna relive the night, you can watch this performance live or on-demand.
Check it out on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, iTunes on your computer or in stunning HD with Apple TV. Follow the link or visit applemusic.com/festival for more information.