Mumford And Sons members join Haim at Glastonbury
28 June 2014, 21:46 | Updated: 28 June 2014, 22:51
Members of Mumford And Sons joined Haim for an impromptu set at Glastonbury this afternoon (28 June).
The band were curating the Avalon Cafe as part of their Gentlemen Of The Road event and members Marcus Mumford, Ted Dwane and Ben Lovett joined the sisters for a rendition of two Rolling Stones songs: Dead Flowers and Honky Tonk Women.
The NME reports that the trio had joined Michael Kiwanuka at the end of his set at the stage, which is situated in the Field Of Avalon.