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- Posted on Jun 17th 2010 6:45AM by Chris Cottingham
Both Marling and Mumford and Sons have worked with the Rajasthani folk collective before. In December 2009 they travelled to the Indian capital New Dehli as part of the British Music Council's Soundpad cultural exchange project. They recorded songs and played dates in a number of Indian cities, including New Dehli, Mumbai and Bangalore.
Writing on their website, Mumford and Sons described the Dharohar Project as "ridiculously lovely and sublimely talented," adding that "let's not be bashful," the concerts "can mean only one thing ... amazing scenes."
Mumford and Sons, Laura Marling and The Dharohar Project play The Roundhouse, London on July 9 (as part of the forthcoming iTunes festival) and St George's Hall in Bradford on July 12.