Winston Marshall reveals he was 'bloody terrified' to quit Mumford & Sons but ...

Winston Marshall reveals he was 'bloody terrified' to quit Mumford & Sons but ...
Winston Marshall reveals he was 'bloody terrified' to quit Mumford & Sons but ...
Winston Marshall reveals he was 'bloody terrified' to quit Mumford & Sons but now feels 'like I got my soul back' in interview with Bari Weiss Marshall, 33, announced last week that he was quitting Mumford & Sons He had been the guitarist with the band, formed in 2007, for 14 years In March he tweeted that he had appreciated Andy Ngo's book on Antifa Marshall told Bari Weiss that he felt liberated on leaving the band He said he was hounded for his views and accused of being a fascist and a Nazi 

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Mumford and Sons' lead guitarist and banjo player Winston Marshall has told of being 'bloody terrified' when he quit the band, amid controversy over his recommendation of a book.

Marshall, 33, announced last week that he was quitting the band after 14 years, following the fallout from his recommendation.

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In March, Marshall tweeted his thoughts on Andy Ngo's book, 'Unmasked: Inside Antifa's Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy.'

He wrote: 'Finally had the time to read your important book. You're a brave man.'

Winston Marshall, 33, announced last week that he was quitting Mumford & Sons after 14 years. He left the band following controversy over his March tweet, saying he was interested by Andy Ngo's book. Marshall was attacked and hounded from the band

Winston Marshall, 33, announced last week that he was quitting Mumford & Sons after 14 years. He left the band following controversy over his March tweet, saying he was interested by Andy Ngo's book. Marshall was attacked and hounded from the band

Marshall (second from right) is seen with bandmates - from left, Ben Lovett, Marcus Mumford, and Ted Dwane

Marshall (second from right) is seen with bandmates - from left, Ben Lovett, Marcus Mumford, and

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