Watch a Plugged-In Mumford & Sons Play 'The Wolf' on SNL (VIDEO)

Most of the press surrounding Mumford & Sons’s new record has been about the band progressing from their traditional acoustic arrangements to a more electric sound.

And while it wasn’t exactly Dylan plugging in at Newport, the band did use their appearance on Saturday Night Live this weekend to show off some of that electricity.

Emma Watson Gets the Approval of Boyfriend Matt Janney's Family

Emma Watson hasn’t been dating Matt Janney for very long, but she’s already cast a spell over his family, who are excited about the new relationship.

Jennifer Aniston & Stacy Keibler's New Looks Spark Strong Reader Reaction

It turned out to be a week of make-up extremes, with readers treated to surprising new looks from two unexpected sources: Jennifer Aniston and Stacy Keibler.

Here are the five stories that sparked the strongest reactions, from happy, sad, laugh out loud, angry and wow.

And to make your responses known, be sure to click on the emoticons at the bottom of every story – the best way to tell us what you think.

Making Fun of Mumford, Beyoncé on a Bike & More of the Best, Most Random Stuff Online

If Mumford & Sons’ brand of homespun earnestness is too much for you, you’re not alone: It’s apparently too much for the band, who parodied themselves (with a little help from professionals) in the new video for “Hopeless Wanderer,” which was totally shot at Schrute Farms.

Read on for other wonderfully random videos and more from this week:

Jason Sudeikis and Jason Bateman Star in Mumford & Sons Parody

At first glance it looks like just another Mumford & Sons video – outdoor setting, blinding sunlight, rustic barn, earnest expressions and enthusiastic musicianship – but as you get a couple of seconds into the band’s new video, “Hopeless Wanderer,” you realize that’s not actually the English quartet at all.

Mumford & Sons Return to Stage After Bassist's Brain Surgery

You just can’t keep a good folk rocker down.

Mumford & Sons’s bassist Ted Dwane returned to the stage in Somerset, England, Sunday night, for the first time since being hospitalized in early June for emergency surgery to remove a blood clot on the surface of his brain.

Before taking the stage Sunday, Dwane told the BBC that providing the final performance at this year’s Glastonbury music festival had been dominating his thoughts.

Mumford & Sons Bassist Ted Dwane Leaves Hospital After 'Successful' Brain Surgery

Mumford & Sons bassist Ted Dwane has been released from the hospital after successful surgery for a blood clot on his brain.

“It is with great joy that we can announce that Ted has been discharged from the hospital and is on the road to a full recovery,” the English folk band said in a statement posted to its Facebook page Thursday night.

Mumford & Sons Bassist Ted Dwane Undergoes Emergency Brain Surgery

A blood clot on the brain of Mumford & Sons bassist Ted Dwane has forced the band to postpone three shows as his bandmates and scores of fans send him healing thoughts.

“Ted has been feeling unwell for a few days, and yesterday he was taken to a hospital to receive emergency treatment,” reads a statement posted on the band’s official website Tuesday.

5 Artists to Watch for During the Grammy Nominations

It’s that time of year – no, not just the holidays – the time for the 55th Annual Grammy Award nominations to be announced. This year’s nominees will be revealed during a nationally televised concert event Wednesday at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, airing at 10 p.m. ET on CBS.

PEOPLE’s music critic, Chuck Arnold, predicts what artists will likely land the big nods this year: