Five words for a Mumford and Sons Grammy win

Alex Burnham, Staff Writer

Mumford and Sons won best album at the Grammy Awards Sunday for “Babel.” The 12-track album, which is accompanied by three bonus songs, continues where the indie-folk group left off with “Sigh No More.” The Current and Daily staffers, along with some Northwestern students, commented on this achievement:

“Good day to strum hard.” — Gideon Resnick

“Had me at Carey Mulligan.” — Sam Freedman

“Sigh no more, banjo players.” — Stephanie Haines

“I’m not thrilled with it.” — Eytan Boclin

“Great album; they deserved it.” — Aaron Goldblum

“Not ‘El Camino?’ Seriously, America?” — Mikey Diamond

“Frank Ocean should have won.” — Yusuf Oner

“They’re good; I’m not surprised.” — Nina Munoz

“Everyone loves pseudo-folk sappy pop.” — Miranda Cawley

“Of nominees, ‘Babel’ justly won.” — Sean Earley