|The band OK Go in front of a wall of 567 printers and lots|
of paper for their latest complicated but fun music video.
OK Go first causes a sensation in 2010 with the video for their song "This Too Shall Pass," which involved an incredibly complicated Rube Goldberg setup.
They actually had an earlier song and music video, "Here It Goes Again" in which they got incredibly creative with treadmills.
The band has also followed that up with a variety of other wild videos, including one that involves zero gravity, the video for "Upside Down And Inside Out. Since I'm a dog lover, I really enjoyed "White Knuckles" which involved a lot of wonderful and talented trained dogs.
And they've teamed up with Pilobolus in the song. "All Is Not Lost."
Their latest video involves 567 printers and lots and LOTS of wasted paper. (which, we're told was all recycled.)
The song and music video is called "Obsession." OK Go's music videos are better than their music, in general, but this particular song is pretty catchy. The video itself, though, must have taken incredible organization skills on the part of the band and the crew. I'd also would have hated to be the person who had to create all those stacks of paper at around 2:25 or 2:30 into the video.
Here's the video. I hope it doesn't remind you too much of office clerical work: