Published Jul 07, 2016Banjo-twiddling, suspender-wearing stadium folk dudes Mumford & Sons attempted to reinvent themselves on their awkward 2015 LP Wilder Mind. Fortunately, they've just undergone another makeover and finally achieved maximum coolness in Blink-182's new video for "Brohemian Rhapsody."
The stupid 30-second California closer is actually one of the best songs on the album thanks to its mindless, peppy pop punk. It's made all the better with the MumSons vid, which sees the boys ditch their farm hand uniforms to dress like cool '90s skate punks.
There are posi jumps, phallic fruits and plenty of extreme closeups as Mumford & Sons act like the best versions of themselves they can possibly be. Eventually, Blink-182 show up at the end and confront them (though it's clearly been shot on different days — the two bands appear in different aspect ratios onscreen).
Enjoy the Mumford & Sons/Blink-182 collaboration you never knew you needed below.