The band were forced to cancel a string of dates in the US after Dwane was taken to hospital with a blood clot. Speaking to the Radio Times, keyboardist Ben Lovett said their band-mate had recovered and was "going to be OK". He added: "We're going to get back out on that stage at Glastonbury as four brothers and do what we do."
Mumford and Sons will headline Glastonbury this weekend along with Arctic Monkeys and The Rolling Stones. "Whenever we tour elsewhere then come back to Glastonbury, it always reminds us how brilliant it is to be British, and what a great British institution it is," Lovett said.NME
At the beginning of last week (June 17), Ted Dwane thanked fans for their support after he was discharged from hospital following brain surgery. The bassist posted a short message alongside a picture of his freshly shaved head on the Mumford and Sons website "Bear with a sore head!"