Mumford & Sons, the group of British Knott’s Berry Farm ride operators who got together to solely make music for Williamsburg bars that serve cardamom and mint juleps in mason jars, have a new video out for their new single “Hopeless Wanderer” (or “Hold Me Farts” as I like to call it) and their faces are nowhere in it. Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, Will Forte and Ed Helms all raided the vest bin at the Salvation Army to do their best Mumford & Sons impersonation for the “Hopeless Wanderer” video. They look like Silver Lake hipsters going to browse the kale section at the farmer’s market. In other words, they nailed it!
I came to see Jason Bateman in tight jeans and boots and stayed to see Jason Sadookie’s mouth dive into Will Forte’s face muff.
And Zach Galfifjdasklfjsadlkfjlaksdfjaiodfuodsfasd must feel so left out! Zach should’ve sat on Ed Helms’ shoulders to play Daddy Mumford.