OK Go Releases New Music Video Filmed in Zero Gravity

PHOTO:Ok Go filmed the zero-gravity music video for their new single, "Upside Down, Inside Out," at Russias Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center. PlayParacadute
WATCH OK Go's New Music Video Puts Them in Zero Gravity

The pop band that became a viral hit by synching a song to a choreographed treadmill dance has shot their latest music video in zero gravity.

OK Go band members spent three weeks in Russia filming the video for their new single, “Upside Down, Inside Out.” The band says they spent around two hours and 15 minutes in weightlessness while filming the video at the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center, near Moscow.

PHOTO:Ok Go filmed the zero-gravity music video for their new single, Upside Down, Inside Out, at Russias Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center. Paracadute
PHOTO:Ok Go filmed the zero-gravity music video for their new single, "Upside Down, Inside Out," at Russia's Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center.

PHOTO:Ok Go filmed the zero-gravity music video for their new single, Upside Down, Inside Out, at Russias Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center. Paracadute
PHOTO:Ok Go filmed the zero-gravity music video for their new single, "Upside Down, Inside Out," at Russia's Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center.

PHOTO:Ok Go filmed the zero-gravity music video for their new single, Upside Down, Inside Out, at Russias Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center. Paracadute
PHOTO:Ok Go filmed the zero-gravity music video for their new single, "Upside Down, Inside Out," at Russia's Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center.

The “Upside Down, Inside Out,” video premiered today on Facebook and “Good Morning America.” The song is a track from the OK Go’s latest album, “Hungry Ghosts.”

WATCH: Brand new, incredible music video for the song “Upside Down & Inside Out” by OK Go! Zero gravity music? Sign us up! Just an insanely cool video!

Posted by Good Morning America on Thursday, February 11, 2016

The Grammy-winning band is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Their treadmill-based video for “Here It Goes Again” became a YouTube sensation in 2006.