Mumford & Sons Cover 'Billboard' Magazine
The band sold 600,000 copies of their sophomore album Babel in its debut sales week in the United States.
Ben, back-up vocalist of the band, shared how things started changing for the band in 2009 when they opened for British indie rock band the Maccabees. “That was really when things started to change for us — and it was before we released ‘Sigh No More,’” Ben said. “All of a sudden everyone was like, ‘It’s all right to like these guys if you like rock music.’”
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