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Mumford & Sons banjoist Winston Marshall announced he would step away from the popular band after backlash over simply complimenting an anti-Antifa book by conservative author Andy Ngo.

Yes, if the wise and all-knowing eyes of audio terrorists Mumford & Sons – a God-awful band that assaults American eardrums from coast-to-coast with their terrible music, it’s unacceptable to take a stand against violent extremists who burn down cities and attack innocent citizens.

“Over the past few days, I have come to better understand the pain caused by the book I endorsed. I have offended not only a lot of people I don’t know but also those closest to me, including my bandmates and for that, I am truly sorry. As a result of my actions I am taking time away from the band to examine my blind spots,” former bandmate Marshall said in a statement.

“For now, please know that I realise [sic] how my endorsements have the potential to be viewed as approvals of hatred, divisive behavior. I apologize, as this was not at all my intention,” he added.

H&N Pro-Tip: Marshall, quit licking your bandmates manure-covered boots, pull up your pants, and act like a man.

Have you ever seen “Mumford & Sons” in concert? Nigel did. Even more shocking than that, he went to see their show on purpose! He even paid actual money to do it! It’s a mistake he won’t be making in the future, as young Nige explains in a thrilling audio recreation of the only concert he ever attended in his life that prompted him to wish he’d been born deaf.

Enjoy Nigel’s dramatic recreation in the clip below.