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The Radio 2 Top 20: Walk Off the Earth jump back onto the charts

Editorial Staff

By Lana Gay

Over the last two years, Walk Off the Earth has gone from YouTube sensation to world tours. In June they welcomed their newest band member, a baby boy for Gianni Luminati and Sarah Blackwood. Back on the chart at number three this week is Walk Off the Earth's "Gang of Rhythm."

When Mumford & Sons thought about the video concept behind the song "Hopeless Wanderer," the band decided to go in a very different direction. If you need a laugh, be sure to watch the video for "Hopeless Wanderer," in at lucky number seven. It’s not your typical moody Mumford & Sons music video: it features comedians Ed Helms, Jason Bateman, Will Forte and Jason Sudeikis doing their best Mumford & Sons impressions, all while taking it over the top — from tasting dramatic tears to smooching.

The chart

1. Tegan and Sara, "I Was a Fool" (same)

2. Serena Ryder, "What I Wouldn't Do" (same)

3. Walk Off the Earth, "Gang of Rhythm" (re-entry)

4. Frank Turner, "Recovery" (down one)

5. Imaginary Cities, "Bells of Cologne" (up six)

6. Vampire Weekend, "Unbelievers (up six)

7. Mumford & Sons, "Hopeless Wanderer" (new entry)

8. Matt Epp feat. Serena Ryder, "When You Know" (new entry + most online votes)

9. Lindy, "Dark Matter" (down three)

10. Luke Nicholson, "We All Need" (same)

11. Express and Company, "Carry Me Along" (down three)

12. Tom Odell, "Another Love" (up one)

13. Don Brownrigg, "Sweet Dream Sleeper" (down eight)

14. The Grapes of Wrath, "Picnic" (down seven)

15. Franz Ferdinand, "Right Action" (up one)

16. Cat Empire, "Brighter Than Gold" (up two)

17. John Mayer, "Paper Doll" (up 3)

18. The Lone Bellow, "You Never Need Nobody" (down one)

19. Mavis Staples, "Can You Get to That' (re-entry)

20. Toad the Wet Sprocket, "New Constellation" (re-entry)

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