Transcript for OK Go's New Music Video Puts Them in Zero Gravity
coolest music videos I've seen in a while. Try watching this without smiling. ? ? don't stop can't stop ? This music video shot entirely in zero gravity is racking up millions of hits tonight. ? Don't stop can't stop ? The song is "Upside down and inside out." The band is ok go. The video features the band members and a few dancers in flight attendant uniforms performing stunts while flying in a plane thousands of feet above the Earth. It is truly unbelievable that everything just came together. Reporter: It required three weeks of training at a Russian cosmonaut center. We flew in a plane that basicall goes like this. Wonderful is 20 seconds of double gravity while the plane is throwing you into the air, then you feel weightless for 27 seconds while you go up, over the top, and sail back towards the ground. After the maneuver you've lost altitude so it takes four or five minutes for the plane to gear back up to do it all over again. We wanted the whole video to be weightless. We cut up the song into eight chunks, each short enough to fit into a single period of weightlessness. We'd perform them in order, then later cut out the four, five-minute waiting periods. Reporter: Ok go is known for creative video ? here we go here we go ? Reporter: They ran their way into the national consciousness more than ten years ago with "Here it goes again." Then they turned a car into a musical instrument for their "Needing getting" video. ? I won't let you down ? Reporter: And they wowed with these impressive aerials in "I won't let you down." ? Upside down ? Reporter: This shoot presented some very specific challenges. Most people's response to weightlessness is to start swimming. The other is just puking. So over the course of 21 flights we had about 58 unscheduled regurgitations. ? You met the now you ? I'm sighing big sighs of relief that it happened.
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