After the Storm: The Incredible Rise of Mumford & Sons

After the Storm The Incredible Rise of Mumford Sons An in depth look at how Mumford Sons rose from the West London folk scene to worldwide emulation This book details their debut EP Love Your Ground and their performances in small venues in the UK and

  • Title: After the Storm: The Incredible Rise of Mumford & Sons
  • Author: Chloe Govan
  • ISBN: 9781780385501
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • An in depth look at how Mumford Sons rose from the West London folk scene to worldwide emulation This book details their debut EP Love Your Ground and their performances in small venues in the UK and the US which exposed enthusiastic audiences to their music and built support for an eventual album.Looks at how their debut album Sigh No More scored chart success inAn in depth look at how Mumford Sons rose from the West London folk scene to worldwide emulation This book details their debut EP Love Your Ground and their performances in small venues in the UK and the US which exposed enthusiastic audiences to their music and built support for an eventual album.Looks at how their debut album Sigh No More scored chart success in multiple countries and the band s numerous awards including two Grammy nominations.Fully chronicles the lives of bandmembers Marcus Mumford, Ben Lovett, Country Winston Marshall and Ted Dwayne a must read for fans new and old.

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    1. I enjoyed reading this book overall, however there were a few minor things I felt were overkill. I liked reading about Marcus' parents religious background and it gives good explanation as to why Marcus has such ambivalent beliefs as he as stated himself but I didn't care to read about friends of friends of his parents and their beliefs. Another thing I didn't care for was how the author insinuates or assumes things we don't really know. For example, "Perhaps this is how Marcus explains his fluc [...]

    2. As a big Mumford and Sons fan I had to read the book. However it left me rather disappointed. The author assumes certain things. For example: she tries to explain what certain songs are about, but it's her view and not the bands, so I don't really want to read about what someone think the song is about. It would have been better if the book was actually approved by the band. To end with something positive: there are great pictures in the middle of the book + I got to read about the Sons growing [...]

    3. I really like the subject of this book, so it kept me interested, but the writing was poor. She has a very meandering style and never really gets to the point.

    4. Great book that gives an in-depth perspective of each member as well as the story of how their songs were developed. It explains a lot.

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