Mumford & Sons
“Wait a minute, is that who I think it is?” Have you ever asked yourself this question when watching a music video? Unless the band acts in the video themselves like Foo Fighters, music videos usually require actors to help bring the video to life. You might be surprised to find out which hollywood names have been in music videos. Some tried it later in their careers, while others appeared in videos before hitting it big. Here are ten actors and actresses that have been in music videos.
This playlist is best listened to while wearing a parka and holding a nice mug of hot chocolate. No mini marshmallows though. This way you get a taste of what true seasonal affectiveness disorder is like.
Whether it’s at a show or just on their website, it can be fun to see what bands offer in terms of shirts, music and accessories. Merch can also be another creative outlet for artists to express their personalities. When doing that however, not every band gets it right.
Earlier last week, comments from Mumford & Sons front man Marcus Mumford sent shock waves through the band’s fan base when he revealed that the Grammy Award-winning folk act had broken up…according to him at […]
After the success of the promotional tour for their sophomore album ‘Babel’, Mumford & Sons announced they would take a break from making music and touring. Keyboardist Ben Lovett announced, “We just know we’re going […]
2013 was a monumental year for music. Music fans heard new albums from huge bands like Pearl Jam and Arcade Fire, impressive debuts as well as return albums from artists that haven’t released new music […]
Let’s face it. The clothes you wear, the books you read, the movies you watch, and the music you listen to say a lot about your personality. Choices you make that don’t seem to […]
-It was nice to finally attend the festival without the threat of heatstroke. Seems like we come close to breaking a heat record for at least one or two of the days every year, but […]
Lollapalooza 2013 marks Mumford & Sons’ return after Ted Dwane’s surgery, and the Postal Service are apparently make-out music.
Mumford and Sons want to set the record straight for their English fans once and for all. They are neither conservative or posh, despite the fact that they wear a lot of tweed.