It was not your fault but mine

One good things about working with college students is that they listen to better music than I do, and they tell me about it. This song actually came up on Jango while listening to a Foster the People station, but one of my students got really excited and told me how good Mumford & Sons is. And I totally agree.

Warning: they use the F-word a couple of times, so if you’re at work, you might want to keep that in mind.

P.S. Am I the only one who thinks the lead singer sounds very similar to the lead singer in Barenaked Ladies?

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