Ok Go is a band known for its incredibly elaborate and impressive music videos, so fans might be surprised to learn that the outfit's latest release for its new song 'The One Moment' only lasts for 4.2 seconds. However, that stat shouldn't discourage anyone from watching the video, as it's surely one of the band's most jaw-dropping releases to date.
Though in real-time the video for 'The One Moment' is 4.2 seconds long, the images sync up with the four-minute song by being slowed down by various degrees. As such, the level of synchronization that the video requires is truly mind-boggling. For instance, colored salt canisters explode in time with the song, balloons explode, and one of the band members even flips a flip book cartoon of the lead singer singing in time with the song.
OK Go's Full Video for 'The One Moment' Contains Just 4.2 Seconds of Footage
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