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    Fri, 28 Mar 2014 09:43:11

    Mumford and Sons Did Not Break Up - It was a joke!

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    • Mumford & Sons - NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 10: (R) Ben Lovett, from Mumford & Sons attends the Billy Reid Men's fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014 at The Highline Hotel on February 10, 2014 in New York City.
    • Mumford & Sons - NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 28: Guitarist Winston Marshall of Mumford and Sons attends the Rag & Bone Men's FW 2014 show on January 28, 2014 in New York City.

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    A joke. A hoax. Whatever.

    Representatives for Mumford & Sons have jumped to correct reports that the band is breaking up after banjo player Winston Marshall made a joke hinting at such in an interview.

    The band is currently on hiatus, but during a recent interview, Marshall said, "It was a good time. It's over."

    The musician also said, "Fuck the banjo," insinuating that he was no longer going to play the instrument, which is a signature part of the Mumford sound.

    Relax, fans. It was a joke. The band is still together. Marshall probably regrets making a joke, since it sent the rumor mill out of control.

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    —Maggie Pannacione
    03.28.14



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