Mumford & Sons’ Winston Marshall Reveals the Moment He ‘Came to Christ Again’: He Says, ‘I Got My Soul Back’

Former Mumford & Sons banjo player Winston Marshall is staying busy with new projects since leaving the band a year ago. Now he says it’s clearer to him that move was the “right decision,” as painful as it was.

Marshall officially left the band in June of 2021 after taking a break from the group when he faced intense backlash from the left for tweeting that he enjoyed reading journalist Andy Ngo’s book, “Unmasked,” which explores the dark side of Antifa.

CBN’s Faithwire reported at the time that the 34-year-old, “failed to foresee that my commenting on a book critical of the far-left could be interpreted as approval of the equally abhorrent far-right.”

Marshall apologized at first, then explained in a post on Medium that he was leaving the band in order to, “speak my mind without them suffering the consequences.”

During a recent interview with The Sunday Times, Marshall revealed how much his life has changed since departing Mumford & Sons.

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Source: CBN