OK Go

The band just released the video for their song "Upside Down & Inside Out."
After so many years together, alt-rockers OK Go are still going strong, thanks to a dedicated fanbase and some of the most creative music videos of all time. Even if you're not the biggest fan of their music, there is no way you haven't seen (and loved) at least one or two of their clips.
Without any prior knowledge, it would be pretty easy to believe that OK Go was a team of viral video generators, and not
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OK Go is certainly known for their music, but they might be even better known for their innovative videos. Their creative
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The result is a stop-motion-like music video that shows the band -- and the "Tiny Desk" area -- making the big move. (Some
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