Mumford And Sons Have A New Video With Jason Bateman, Jason Sudekis, Will Forte, And Ed Helms

Can these guys be a band now? It would appear that now even Mumford and Sons is in on the whole "Mumford and Sons is ridiculous" joke. However, rather than change their ways and putting on a genuine persona, they apparently will continue to dress like Victorian barbers, but will just be winking at everyone the entire time. Ugh. The video is funny, but the fact that the band produced it sort of creeps me out. It's nice to see the comedians in a natural state of slackerdom, rather than all clean shaven and proper, but that's as much praise as I'll give. Ok, fine. Ed Helms' face is hilarious when he's singing real close to Jason Bateman's.

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