30 seconds interview: YOWL

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Mumford and Sons secret Glastonbury gig

Glastonbury institution the Strummerville Campfire Sessions will play host to a show by folk-pop troupe Mumford and Sons today, organisers can reveal. Mumford and Sons sold more than a million copies of debut album Sigh No More through Island Records, but worked with the Strummerville charity at the start of their career.

Glastonbury 2011: Strummerville

Strummerville music charity returns to Glastonbury to host another round of campfire sessions, bringing revellers a mix of new talent and some established names. Located in its usual spot by the Joe Strummer memory stone in the Unfair Ground, Strummerville will be burning a campfire all weekend long, showcasing the best that the charity’s music roster has to offer.