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Following a hugely successful return in 2012 with their multi-million selling Babel LP topping the charts on both sides of the Atlantic, Mumford & Sons kick off 2013 with a new single, and another busy year of touring. The band played their first shows of the year in America in February, which are now being followed by a full tour of Europe throughout March and April, and a busy festival season which currently sees the band headlining the T in the Park festival in Scotland.
In 2012 the band put on their own successful Gentlemen of the Road Stopover Shows in the UK and Ireland, US, and Australia, which the band have already promised are set to continue in 2013.
Following the Idris Elba directed video to December's 'Lover of the Light' single, 'Whispers In The Dark' is another long-standing Mumford & Sons song that the band have been performing live for years, and it remains a staple part of their incredible live set. Check it out here
2012 was a fantastically successful year for Mumford & Sons, and 2013 is shaping up to be one of most exciting of the band's career to date.
CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 19th March 2013 23:23
David De Gea says that Manchester United must qualify for the Champions League next season "no matter what".
Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva is looking to recapture what he considers his best form in two years after recovering from injury.
Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels has denied making any promise to join Manchester United.
One morning Mailboxer solves the 39th game conundrum. Plus England were actually alright, Harry Kane is rubbish again and do Arsenal have the most embarrassing fans?
The Mailbox has an open letter from Liverpool's Raheem Sterling, questions Phil Jones' bulldog spirit and asks: "Why do Arsenal have so many "internet warriors?"