Mumford & Sons are headlining this year’s Glastonbury festival alongside other big names, and they are terrified, reports Entertainmentwise.
The band is headlining the festival with iconic bands like The Rolling Stones and The Arctic Monkeys. Impressively, Mumford & Son’s are accomplishing this with only two albums under their belt.
The band told Entertainmentwise that even though they have won numerous Grammy awards, and their album was the second best seller in the States last year, they question whether or not they do truly deserve playing such a coveted venue, and alongside such iconic bands to boot.
They told Time Out magazine that this “This summer is probably the biggest risk we’ve ever taken”
BandmateWinston Marshall added that they don’t know if they have earned such an honor yet.
Speaking to Time Out magazine, the group confessed they’re really starting to feel the pressure: “This summer is probably the biggest risk we’ve ever taken.”
Dizzee Rascal, Primal Scream, and Frank Ocean are also set to perform at this years Glastonbury festival.
Mumford & Sons are also set to headline a gig in July, at London’s Olympic park .