KINROSS, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 12: Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons performs headlining Day 1 of the T in the Park festival at Balado on July 12, 2013 in Kinross, Scotland. (Photo by Ollie Millington/WireImage)
For about the first minute, "Hopeless Wanderer" looks like many other Mumford & Sons videos. Wistful, soft-focus cinematography at the 'magic hour', earnest performances - your usual Mumford video conventions.
But the camera finally shoots wide enough to reveal a cast of comedic all-stars has replaced the band! Former Saturday Night Live members Jason Sudekis and Will Forte, Arrested Development star Jason Bateman, and Ed Helms of The Office take their place with hilarious results.
New Mumford acts pretty much like regular Mumford - at first. Sudekis and friends get progressively more ridiculous as scenes shift locations. By halfway through "Hopeless Wanderer" New Mumford are moved to tears by their own earnestness, go arena rock with Bateman's sensual banjo solo, and destroy their gear as if they were a punk band.
And there may be a game of gay chicken between Sudekis and Forte. Spoiler alert! It's a tie. Or maybe they both win. Depends on your outlook.
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