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Mumford & Sons Refer To Themselves As “The Poor Man’s Version Of The Beatles”

Mumford & Sons Refer To Themselves As “The Poor Man’s Version Of The Beatles”

Mumford & Sons' Ben Lovett has compared his band to a “poor man’s version of The Beatles,” during the taping of their performance on Live On Letterman at the Ed Sullivan Theatre on Friday, Sept. 21. According to MTV,, however, the English band was welcomed by “dudes with beards” outside of the theatre, instead of the Fab Four's screeching female fanbase.

The band is currently promoting their new album, Babel, which will be released Sept. 25, on various shows, including David Letterman’s web-based concert series Live On Letterman. As soon as the webcast is available, it will be posted to the band’s website. 

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