Bruce Springsteen joined by Mumford & Sons in concert

Mumford & Sons perform at the Ryman Auditorium on March 6, 2012, in Nashville.
(CBS News) Bruce Springsteen wrapped his show with a special guest at the Pinkpop Festival in Landgraaf in the Netherlands on Monday.

British band Mumford & Sons joined Springsteen & the E Street Band for "Hungry Heart" during the encore

Singer Marcus Mumford played a tambourine while wrapping his arm around Springsteen. They shared a mic while singing vocals.

It was part of Springsteen's two-hour-plus show to close the Pinkpop Festival, according to the New Jersey Ledger.

Springsteen's tour continues Wednesday in Berlin.

Mumford & Sons, meanwhile, recently finished recording a new album. The band told Belgian radio station 3FM the new release will be out in September.

Check out some footage from the "Hungry Heart" performance below:


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