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Ok Go

This Too Shall March

This Too Shall March

OK Go performs a fun arrangement of their 2010 hit This Too Shall Pass, on drums, accordion, xylophone, and accompanied by a full marching band. While the video lacks the complexity if the original Rube Goldberg edition, it’s every bit as entertaining.

OK Go: One Moment of Math

OK Go: One Moment of Math

OK Go lead singer Damian Kulash takes us behind the scenes and inside the precision math and preparation which go into the creation of their music videos – in this case looking at the precision timed slow-motion mayhem of 2016’s clip The One Moment.

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OK Go: Obsession

OK Go: Obsession

(Flashing colors) The latest video from the masters of video gimmickry features a gag that was made using more than 500 individual printers, each spewing out sheets of Double A paper to create an animated backdrop. The track is from the 2014 album Hungry Ghosts.

OK Go: The One Moment

OK Go: The One Moment

The latest from video maestros OK Go starts off with a bang, making a destructive mess in its first 4.2 seconds. The rest of the video is simply those same 4.2 seconds shown in super slow-motion, revealing numerous details you surely missed the first time around. BTS here.

OK Go: Upside Down & Inside Out

OK Go: Upside Down & Inside Out

Given the lyric “gravity’s just a habit,” it only makes sense that OK Go would shoot its latest video aboard one of those anti-gravity airplanes. The only thing that would have made it better would have been treadmills. Flight gymnastics by S7 Airlines.

OK Go Commercial

OK Go Commercial

OK Go’s commercial for Chinese furniture store Red Star Macalline features a remix of I Won’t Let You Down… but it let us down a bit because the tricks here are actually from The Writing’s On the Wall, so no synchronized umbrellas for you.

Inside I Won’t Let You Down

Inside I Won’t Let You Down

If you’re curious about how OK Go created their video for I Won’t Let You Down, Damian and Tim explain the secrets behind the video. Those funky scooters are Honda UNI-CUBs, and the overhead shots were done with actual people, not CGI.

The Writing’s on the Wall

The Writing’s on the Wall

OK Go has set the bar pretty damned high for their music videos, and their new long-take clip is true to form. For The Writing’s on the Wall, the band created a funhouse filled with illusions which disintegrate as the camera moves.

OK Go: Skyscrapers

OK Go: Skyscrapers
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A couple dances their way from darkness to the light. It may not be as wildly creative as their other music videos, but this one for OK Go’s Skyscrapers is still pleasing to the eyes.

Muppets x OK Go

Muppets x OK Go

We already know there’s a new Muppets album and Muppets movie coming out. Now we’ve got OK Go’s quirky new rendition of The Muppet Show theme, and a Muppet-laden video. (Thanks, Everyone!)

OK Go: Last Leaf (Video)

OK Go: Last Leaf (Video)

OK Go’s latest video, Last Leaf, is comprised entirely of photographs. 15 still shots for every second of video means 2,430 pieces of delicious toast were used to create the stop motion piece.

OK Go: White Knuckles

OK Go: White Knuckles

The guys do their best to create more viral video magic, with mixed results. The one shot, no edit clip must have taken a million takes, but we’re more impressed with the dogs than the song.

OK Go vs. The Muppets

OK Go vs. The Muppets

OK Go and the Muppets were out at the Webby Awards, and something funny happened backstage. OK Go drummer Dan Konopka got into an epic staring contest with Animal. Guess who won?

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OK Go: End Love

OK Go: End Love

YouTube sensations OK Go offer up their latest pop tune, in this odd little stop-motion vid clip. While it’s not groundbreaking like some of their other clips, it still must have taken a ton of work to shoot.

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