The National | Aug 26, 2013 | 9:49

The Mumford Effect

Mumford and Sons has no trouble filling some of the world's largest arenas, but this weekend their 'Gentleman of the Road' festival landed in the tiny town of Simcoe, Ontario. It's the only Canadian stop, but the band hopes to make a big impact.

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