When 'Mumford and Sons' first stepped out onto the London club circuit in 2008, few who witnessed these early, intimate live shows would have anticipated the staggering rise to international prominence that would occur over the following two years. Blending the rustic, acoustic instrumentation of folk music with a modern sensibility and sound, the timeless material that emerged on their debut album, 'Sigh No More', found a significant global audience, and the band were propelled into the spotlight. Further cementing their reputation with Babel in 2012, Mumford and Sons continued to attract an ever-growing fanbase while collecting a brace of notable awards, yet the following year announced that they were going on an indefinite hiatus. In 2015, however, Marcus Mumford, Winston Marshall, Ben Lovett and Ted Dwanethey have returned to pick up where they left off. This is over an hour of in-depth interviews with 'Mumford and Sons' in which the band members discuss their musical career in detail their albums, their stage show, their sound and their influences. The interviews capture a humble and good-humoured group of friends riding on the crest of a wave, aware that their best is still yet to come.