Mumford & Sons closed out the Glastonbury Festival in England this weekend with a huge tribute to The Beatles.
With the help from The Vaccines, Vampire Weekend, The Staves and First Aid Kit, Marcus Mumford fronted an energetic cover of “With a Little Help From My Friends” to a crowd of over 80,000. Singers from each band took turns for the verses and bridge, which made for a great Glastonbury finale.
The performance takes place after Mumford & Sons canceled many U.S. dates, including their performance at Bonnaroo, because of an emergency surgery for bassist Ted Dwane. Since the surgery, the band has rescheduled and added to their North American tour.
Check out the video above.