Mumford & Sons' 'Babel' Tops Chart After Glastonbury
Legendary festival gives the second breath to the most successful record by indie act from London.
Posted on Jul 08, 2013 04:15 pm
Mumford & Sons have reclaimed the No.1 album spot in this week's UK charts after their headline performance at Glastonbury saw sales of the record soar, Gigwise reports."Babel" is back at the top after climbing 15 places and spending 41 weeks in the charts since its release back in 2012. Their famed headline slot on the Pyramid Stage on the closing night of Glasto saw sales of the LP rocket by 384%.The band's bassist Ted Dwane, who was undergoing the emergency brain surgery as it was reported last month, joined band at Glasto's gig, which you can watch in the player below.