'We're the Millers' Jason Sudeikis, Ed Helms Play Olde Timey Instruments, Swap Spit in New Mumford & Sons Video

Tony Maglio
The Wrap
'We're the Millers' Jason Sudeikis, Ed Helms Play Olde Timey Instruments, Swap Spit in New Mumford & Sons Video

The music video for Mumford & Sons "Hopeless Wanderer" opens pretty much exactly how you'd imagine it would -- with a shot of an antique piano in the middle of a field. There's also a banjo, a stand-up bass, and an abundance of facial hair.

But about a minute into the video, it's revealed that the gang lugging their heavy, old timey instruments up a dirt road isn't the folk rock group. It's Ed Helms, Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Will Forte.

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They later share a barn, a boat, some tears, and for Sudeikis and Forte, a make out session.

Warning: Instruments were hurt -- and at least one was humped -- during the making of this video.

Watch the music video:

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