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In pretty much the best career move ever, Mumford & Sons somehow snagged Jason Sudeikis and Will Forte (of SNL), Jason Bateman ("Arrested Development"), and Ed Helms ("The Office" and "The Hangover") to play them in the band's latest music video. The first few seconds of "Hopeless Wanderer" don't seem much different from previous Mumford & Sons videos. Looks beard-y and hipster-y enough, you know? And then you see it.

I won't give much away about the video because it's worth it to watch till the end. But I'm fairly certain all other artists trying to make music videos can go home now. We're done here.


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Blurred Lines

It's been an interesting few weeks for Robin Thicke, whose song, "Blurred Lines," has simultaneously been hailed the "song of the summer" and incredibly offensive due to the lyrics and video. I won't get into it, but Thicke said he stands by his work. "What a pleasure it is to degrade a woman," he said. Regardless, the song is ridiculously catchy and Thicke has been getting tons of press, just in time for the release of his new album. He even stopped by Jimmy Fallon's show where he, Fallon, and The Roots performed "Blurred Lines" using instruments one might find at an elementary school. One thing I think we can all agree on: Jimmy Fallon and The Roots are the best.