Mumford & Sons win British Album of The Year
Mumford & Sons continue their stellar run across the world taking out British Album of The Year at last night’s BRIT Awards. It’s hot on the heels of their outstanding performance at The Grammys with Lifetime Achievement Award recipient and music legend Bob Dylan.
Australia was the first territory where Mumford & Sons saw their music truly connect, hitting the Number 1 spot of the triple j Hottest 100 last year, selling out their first club gigs before returning in August to steal the show at Splendour In The Grass and sell out multiple large venues. The people also showed their love for the band, giving them the ARIA for Best International Act in the inaugural publicly voted award at the 2010 ceremony. It was a fortuitous start for the four-piece who are now poised to join the ranks of the top bands in the world today.
Dew Process is pleased to announce that Mumford & Sons have just reached three times PLATINUM in Australia (210,000). This is in addition to the three times PLATINUM in the UK (900,000) and are nearing PLATINUM sales in the USA (more than one million).
Mumford & Sons will shortly commence work on their next album. With a bag of new songs under their arm, some of which were penned in Australia during rushed soundchecks, it is sure to be one of the most anticipated releases of 2011.
Bernard Fanning offers up ‘GROW AROUND YOU’ lifted from his latest #1 album Departures. Berneard and his band will be stopping by the Fotty Show AFL Grand Final show on Thursday 26th September for a special televised headline-performance.
Returning in a wall of shimmering synth and hook-laden guitars, Guineafowl delivers a partnering video for new single ‘Little Death (Make It Rain)’ and announces details of a special EP launch night taking over Sydney’s Club 77 on Thursday 10th October
Gossling releases new album "Harvest of Gold" featuring single 'Never Expire' on November 1st 2013
Mumford & Sons are pleased to announce their forthcoming second album. “Babel”, the follow up to Mumford & Sons multi-platinum “Sigh No More.”