It’s been more than five years since Mumford & Sons played a Las Vegas stage, and the folk-rock band has been busy. Since their 2011 performance at The Cosmopolitan, they hit the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s 200 albums chart with Babel, won a Grammy and toured the world before taking a break to work on their third album.
Wilder Mind, released in early 2015, features a new sound that splinters off from the band’s folk roots. It debuted at No. 1 in the U.K., according to Billboard, and the Brits will be taking their new sound on the road when they arrive in Las Vegas for Life Is Beautiful.
Bassist Ted Dwane shared secrets of their last Las Vegas visit and what to expect in September.
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