Mumford & Sons insist it will be business as usual at Glastonbury despite bassist Ted Dwane's recent operation to remove a blood clot on his brain.
The band were forced to postpone three US concerts when they announced Dwane was receiving treatment in hospital two weeks ago. But keyboard player Ben Lovett said:
- Mumford & Sons' first appearance on Worthy Farm came in 2008 seven months after the band formed
- They are headlining the Pyramid Stage on Sunday night
- The four-piece band shot to fame with their debut album, Sigh No More, which was shortlisted for the 2010 Mercury Prize