Someone You Love Would Love Some Mumford

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Every Friday without fail, we offer a Golden Discs voucher worth 25 to spend at any of the record giant’s 14 stores nationwide.

All we ask from you is a tune we can play next week.

This week’s theme: Mumford and Sons

To mark the British neo folk quintet’s headlining appearance at this weekend’s Longitude festival in Marley Park we would like you to choose a favourite song from the decade old Mumford and Son catalogue.

To enter, complete this sentence

‘ The most exceptional song by Mumford and Sons to date would have to be___________________________ owing to___________________’

Lines MUST close at 6.10pm

Golden Discs

Notice: Sarah Murphy has been located.

26 thoughts on “Someone You Love Would Love Some Mumford

  1. ZeligIsJaded

    The most exceptional song by Mumford and Sons to date would have to be that catchy faux-folk one they do, owing to the big ear-worm chorus

    1. Bodger

      Sorry Bertie, we have a few Mum’ heads at the ‘sheet. In better news, Sarah Murphy has been found.

  2. Pedro Noccio

    The most exceptional song by Mumford and Sons to date would have to be Roll Away Your Stone owing to its opening with a version of the Irish jig “Merrily Kissed the Quaker”.

  3. Daisy Chainsaw

    The most exceptional song by Mumford and Sons to date would have to be___________________________ owing to___________________.

      1. Daisy Chainsaw

        OK Brother, I’ll give it another go…

        The most exceptional song by Mumford and Sons to date would have to be “Beardy Hipster Banjo Wangst” owing to beardy hipster banjo wangst.

        1. Brother Barnabas

          Now you got it!

          (Problem is you might win and then you’ll have to go to their gig)

  4. Rugbyfan

    The most exceptional song by Mumford and Sons to date would have to be the one that sounds like the one before and the one after it.

  5. Harry Molloy

    It would be Dustbowl Dance. It’s one of those songs that builds in anger and starts slow but is banging by the end. I remember listening to the lyrics thinking it sounded like something Steinbeck would write. Then I saw the song title and knew it was probably influenced by him. Then I saw they had a song called Timshel and I knew that they were fans, just like me.

  6. mildred st. meadowlark

    Play something by fleet foxes, fer jaysus sake.

    Mumford and Sons – I ask ye!

  7. Al Jeers

    The most exceptional song by Mumford and Sons to date would have to be retrieved from a parallel universe
    owing to the fact they have not achieved and form of exceptionalism in this one.

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