Happy Easter Sunday!! Hope everyone is having a relaxed and wonderful day.:)
Got the chance to @TwentyOnePilots again on April.17. 2014. Such an awesome, awesome and super exciting, pumped, fun show. The energy in the room was amazing from the time these two guys took the stage until the final song. Love them! I even got to hold that platform thingy so Josh can drum on us. Their opening acts Hunter Hunted and NONONO were good too. Never heard of those bands before & I’m always interested to see who opening acts are. #Skyway #Minneapolis.
My pics, my memories but I’m sure some of the same pics are somewhere on here cause of my bro. Anywho…
Josh giving Tyler a hug. My video and gif (please don’t remove source). From the Madison, WI concert at the Majestic Theater.
That so cute!♥
That @twentyonepilots concert was amazing though. @tylerrjoseph love ya #Minneapolis #Skyway
After opening acts, they are getting ready.:D
"When we were in India someone came up to him (Ted Dwane) and said ‘Home Alone.’" - Marcus Mumford
Ted say “I look like Ted. That’s it! I’m my own man.”
"Lets have a moment please to compose ourselves" says Ben to the interviewers after Winston as usual said something and couldn’t stop making a noise…and laugh. "You’re a bad man." Ben Lovett to Winston Marshall during an interview. Aww Ben♥ #Australia2010
Marcus Mumford ~ these pics though
Sweden’s Peace & Love Festival 2012. Photo by Wenn.
That’s what it’s saved as
Ben Lovett on having food allergy. “I don’t eat out in restaurants and I’ve never been over to like eat anyone else food. I’ve been cooking my whole life and I’m fascinated by it…I eat whenever I can cook but I don’t eat junk.” Pooooooor Ben & his food allergy. Watching him talk about it is just sad enough. He must be a good cook though. He’s too cute!
900 posts… WOW! What did I post? Oh I know, a lot of Marcus Mumford in my face♥
Title: “SNAPSHOT: BEST OF 2012”
Need a lift? Mumford & Sons’ Marcus Mumford needed a pick-me-up and producer Bryan Ling gave him one as Old Crow Medicine Show’s Gill Landry looks on during the South by Southwest conference on March 17 in Austin, Texas
Mumford & Sons’ sophomore release is epic for a number of reasons: the gripping emotion, vulnerability, dark moments, the banjo – all elements for a great musical composition. And then there is Marcus Mumford’s voice.
The songs on “Babel” are anchored by his powerful tone, which is beautifully gritty and gravely, and downright commanding. He’s got one of the best voices of our time.
The album explores the many facets of a relationship with deep, touching lyrics that don’t sound cheesy, making for a collection of songs that feel honest and heartfelt.
But Mumford isn’t the album’s only star. When the foursome harmonizes on songs such as “Ghosts That We Knew” and “Below My Feet,” it brings on the chills. Link
Old but gold. Love to hear how people describe Marcus’s voice and their songs.