The day the music took a hiatus: Mumford & Sons taking break while they’re on top

The Lead with Jake Tapper

English folk rockers “Mumford & Sons” has taken the music world by storm, scooping up Grammys, selling out arenas, and scoring the most number of Billboard hot 100 hits in a week than any band since “The Beatles.”

But the band just announced they are going on a break for the “foreseeable future,” telling Rolling Stone Magazine they are “going to take a considerable amount of time off and just go back to hanging out.”

Not quite as thrilling as a worldwide tour that earns almost half a million dollars per stop.

But the band says they are tired. Turns out being a rock star is hard work.

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