Watch: Mumford & Sons Concert Movie Trailer 'Road to Red Rocks'
The album Babel is already a hit for the British band Mumford & Sons, and they continue to be at the forefront of great folk rock. Now the band is taking to film with a concert film called The Road to Red Rocks, a concert film chronicling their U.S. tour which has been named The Gentlemen of the Road tour. The film goes behind the scenes of life on tour, including interviews with of Marcus Mumford, Ben Lovett, "Country" Winston Marshall and Ted Dwane. And of course, it also features footage from their two-night pair of shows at Colorado's Red Rocks amphitheater (hence the title). It looks like it will be a treat for fans.
Here's the three trailers for Mumford & Sons' concert film The Road to Red Rocks via Rolling Stone:
The documentary isn't hitting theaters sadly, but we love Mumford & Sons so much, we thought this deserved to be showcased. The film will be made available on DVD, Blu-ray and in a special package that includes vinyl audio and a 96-page booklet. The Road To Red Rocks hits shelves on January 22nd, 2013 in the U.S. but will be available a bit sooner on Nov. 26th in the U.K. and Nov. 30th in New Zealand. Well?
As a huge Mumford and Sons fan this is amazing! Definitely seeing this as soon as possible. They will never run outta road.
Xerxexx on Oct 31, 2012
red rocks is the most beautiful venue. and the way the rocks carry the music is amazing. wish i woulda saw them when they came
DoomCanoe on Oct 31, 2012
I feel a bit sad that their success is someways down to them being poshers, don't really mind their music, it's all folksy and down to earth and with the poor people.
Carpola on Oct 31, 2012
Don't be sad. I think their success has nothing to do with their background and more to do with the fact that they are extremely talented and produce very good music.
Mork on Oct 31, 2012
And dad's millions.
Carpola on Nov 1, 2012
I just saw Mumford and Sons literally a week ago in Melbourne. They are amazing live... if you have the chance to see them, please do yourself a favor and go!!!
Race Bannon on Nov 1, 2012
Awful, awful band. Airbrushed 'folk' for the masses made by posh, careerist frauds.
I, Claudius on Nov 1, 2012
What's the point of this ???? Also if Americans enjoy a folk inspired sound I highly recommend ed sheeran if you haven't already heard of him check him out incredible songwriter and live act
Ant87 on Nov 1, 2012
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