Taylor Swift is still riding high from her Entertainer of the Year win at Sunday's ACM Awards, but now the country star is shining a light on another award-winning group, Mumford and Sons.
The 21-year-old singer recently visited BBC Radio 1 to perform an acoustic cover of the British folk quartet's song, 'White Blank Page,' which is featured on the band's 2009 debut album, 'Sigh No More.' We bet indie rock fan Dianna Agron would approve.
Mumford and Sons were up for Best New Artist at the 2011 Grammys, but, like Justin Bieber, they lost to jazz artist Esperanza Spalding. The group still wowed audiences at the event with their performance of 'The Cave.'
In the video, Tay's fans are able to watch the singer and her six-piece band's flawless rendition of the ballad, which is performed a little slower than the original, making it extra moving. Watch Taylor's cover below and check out a live performance of Mumford and Sons singing the song on here.
What do you think of Taylor's cover? Does she honor the original with her take? Let us know what you think in the comments.