To end the Pinkpop Festival Monday night, Bruce Springsteen invited Mumford & Sons on stage to help him sing “Hungry Heart” during his encore. The Boss and the West London folk rockers performed the 1980 hit from The River following a 23-song, almost two-and-a-half-hour set.
Garland Jeffreys also joined the headliner during his encore, sitting in for “96 Tears.”
The Dutch festival proved eventful for Mumford & Sons, as they announced during their own set that recording on their sophomore album has been completed and is set to be released this fall.
Watch a video of the performance below.